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Hole in blue inflatable ring

I need to repair a 2 inch long **** in the blue ring and no matter what I do I cannot get it to seal right. What kind of patch do I need?????

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Check with your local pool center/supply center or maybe,The Great Escape if you have one in your area they will have techs to help.

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