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I want to repair a small tiny hole like the head of a pin in a SAECO boiler coffeemaker machine. The question is if I use some type of glue or welding. What should I use to weld it, I think the material is aluminum boiler.

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It might be easier to replace the boiler, if there is one hole, then there will be more.

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