Hi, I'm having some serious difficulty with a re-fret job I've got on the go. I'm working with an unbound tele neck radius 9.5" rosewood fretboard. I removed the original frets, cleaned the slots, repaired any chipping from the rosewood and proceeded to install jumbo fret wire (not stainless or anything special, just standard material) by Stewmac. I used a fret bender to shape them to the 9.5" radius of the neck (even using a 9.5" radius sanding block to check them). After hammering in the fret wire I noticed the ends weren't seating in correctly. I tried pouring #20 medium super glue by Stewmac down the side of the neck through each fret slot, with the other side of the neck masked off to avoid any dripping. Then, clamping down with the radius sanding block. I removed the block and clamps after about an hour only to find that they still haven't been seated fully and are now glued in solid as they are. This is my new predicament. I then tried re-clamping and touching the sides of the frets with a soldering iron at 480 degrees Celsius and holding it in place hoping to heat and melt the glue and have the pressure from the clamp seat the frets in. This didn't work either. I tried the same thing again but this time with a singular fret press and caul, incase the height of the other frets was preventing me from pressing down each individual fret I was working on. Again, still didn't work. I'm out of ideas now. The first method I explained worked with the same issue on a previous project I worked on and I don't understand why it isn't working now. Any advice/ tips help, I'm desperate for it! Sorry for it being such a long post, just trying to be as descriptive as possible.