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    Neo Air Repair

    Does anyone know who or where I can get my Neo Air repaired?
    Or if it can be fixed.
    Went to use it on the weekend and couldn’t work out why it wasn’t blowing up then found this

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    Patch it yourself man. Its not hard

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    You can get repairs kits of trade me or at any seller of thermarest pads
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    Sweet didn’t know if you could repair them, will look into it.

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    Was going to say stick it in the bath and find where the bubbles are to find the leak....

    Duct tape? Or even better the black silage tape

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    Just put a good dolop of 'seamgrip' sealant on the hole. Woks better than a patch normally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunty1 View Post
    Just put a good dolop of 'seamgrip' sealant on the hole. Woks better than a patch normally.
    Needs a bit more than that with a tear 1 1/2” long

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    Arhhh... couldn't see the photo this morning! But seam grip plus a fabric patch will work okay.

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    Rough cnut!!
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    if you can see if you can get a patch on the inside as well as one on the outside .its fiddly but can give a much stronger repair.
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    oops when you do the inside one don't put glue right out to the edges of the patch as it wont get rubbed or catch on anything it just helps hold the tear better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    Rough cnut!!
    That’s what piss me off the most, for a change I wasn’t being a rough prick.
    Trying to blow it up in the dark so couldn’t see it straight away, mate was laughing his tits off when I worked out what was going on..
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    How’s the repair going?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillB View Post
    How’s the repair going?
    Going to get a repair kit when I’m in town on Saturday, so that’s Sunday’s job.

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    Good luck with it and I’d love to hear how you get on. Got one myself (obviously)

 

 

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