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will be a great Idea to contact www.weslo.com go weslo customer service or send email to email@example.com Since they are the manufacturer , they will have specific Tip for the seam, God bless you
These things happen after about 5 years of use. Since Dansko moved production out of Europe, there have been quality issues showing up more frequently. If you need new soles, it could be that they split. If they have split, there is nothing that can be done that will permanently fix them. If the tread has worn off, that can be replacd at a shoe repair shop.
Is it just the paint/finish or the body/neck itself? If it's the finish splitting(happens on many old instruments) then its nothing to worry about. Keep the instrument in a dry place that is around 70 degrees. If the splitting is in the neck joint itself then get some glue and repair it.
Once the factory seal is leaking moisture, it can be hard to dry and reseal. You can try a hir dryer, and then look for a seam to lay silicone on, but the recommended fix is to replace the whole headlight assembly. The lens is not removable like on older lamps. The pieces are molded, and then epoxied together. Hard to split apart and get back together without damaging. Try a salvage yard.