Join Date: Jul 2018
Location: Central Florida
looking closely at the joint, it appears there is a piece
of wood missing - it would be nice if you could fine that !!
I will go along with George - not enough glue and it has
just separated along with the splinter broken off.
carefully dig out the old glue and all loose wood.
laying the piece down, make a dam to close the joints
with masking tape, modeling clay, or whatever it takes
to make it liquid tight. and pour in 30 minute epoxy in
increments as not to work with too much liquid at once.
if you can't find the missing piece, there are epoxy putties
that will work for that part and use the colored pens to match
the grain if you want to go that route.
-- Failure is proof that you at least tried ~ now, go do it again, and again, until you get it right --