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The seam on walking belt is coming apart.

The seam is coming apart and I have tried electrical tape, duct tape, clear packing tape, and super glue. None of these will hold the belt together. What can I use to repair that seam?

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Will be a great Idea to contact go weslo customer service or send email to
Since they are the manufacturer , they will have specific Tip for the seam,
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