Restoring a Jackson Fusion Pro

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    I'm restoring a Jackson Fusion Pro I got for free some years ago. It took me until just this last year to finally figure out what model the guitar was. In its current state, it needs new wiring,pots, knobs, etc. The pickups are most likely salvageable, and I think the Schaller Floyd Rose II can be overhauled as well. It just needs new blocks and an arm. Now onto the biggest issue, which is the neck. Ironically, that is the most unique aspect of the guitar, and initially I planned to swap it out until I was told there is no other neck that goes to it. The issue being that the binding is coming unglued from the neck in a few spots. It has come unglued in one area, right at the nut, but when that happened, I quit playing it. Any recommendations on how to best tackle this?
     
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