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Bore a series of 1/4-inch holes 1 inch apart approximately 1 foot from the bottom of the umbrella pole.
Using 1/4-inch cable, pass the cable through one of the drilled holes and connect the cable to sandbags or other movable or fixed weights using cable crimps. Do this for each hole you drilled.
Our umbrellas use between 3 and 6 sets of holes, cables, and weights. We use 10- to 25-pound sandbags per cable.
why bother, most of them are made in China and like most stuff we are a throw away society, it will cost you plenty for glue and material if you still chose to fix it, The most I get frmo umbrellas int eh desert sun is barely a year.
Is it still under warranty, or does your store or credit card carry/extend the warranty?
See if the manufacturer has parts.
What diameter, inside and outside? Might a patio umbrella stand work? I often see those at the curb on trash day - if the metal scrappers don't get them first!
I'm still not sure how it would have broken in two. Most aluminum bends and might get kinked, but not break on its own.
There are 2 ways to go about getting replacement parts for your 9ft Hampton Bay umbrella pole. .
(FYI - Hampton Bay is owned by Home Depot)
You can call the Home Depot customer service line at 1-800-654-0688
Hampton Bay Company has its own customer service number at 1-877-527-0313 where you can also find parts for their products.
I think you would have better luck with the 2nd number.
The table stand will have some or all of these four deficiencies:
1. Too small diameter
2. Too light-weight
3. Too short and weak of a neck to support the pole
4. No mechanism to secure the pole to the base
So any breeze would tip it over, break off the neck, or lift it right out of the base. Without seeing the base you have I can't be certain, but your likelihood of success is pretty slim.