|24-10-07, 11:16 PM||#1|
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I have a Gannaway bag that I have been using for about 14 months. It looks like there is a wear through area in the upper seam of the back of the bag. It is still airtight according to my tests, but I am concerned it may be the source of a future failure.
Is anyone familiar with this style bag? Is this a soon to be problem and will need a replacement. Is there a possible fix like silicone sealant?
Thanks for you help.
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