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    value stem

    if your dog bit off the value stem off the air ring is there anyway that could be repaired
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    Re: value stem

    Welcome to tfp, moonmanhl

    What kind of shape is the stem in and does it have any ring material still attached that you could glue/tape too? If it doesn't maybe buying a cheap blow up air mattress or tube and cutting out the stem section with extra material. You could then use some vinyl repair kit adhesive to attempt to attach the new stem to the ring?
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    Re: value stem

    ok nice idea cause value stem is gone
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    Re: value stem

    I saw you asked about glue in another thread. I have seen boxer 100 mentioned for liner repair on here, but the ring material on those intex pools is awfully thin. This might be better if you can do the repair above water (which you should be able to):http://www.boxeradhesives.com/product/1drop.html
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