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June 20, 3:53 PM [GMT -5]

When I repaired my edging I inserted a 1/2 inch x 12" long section of plastic conduit inside the edging holes. (PVC water pipe works as well). On the straight section to keep the old and new sections together and secured each section with a screw.. I also added the conduit section to the curved splice by bending the tubing to the matching contour that I needed using a Heat Gun and fastning with a screw at each end

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