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    Default Anyone repair a leaky NeoAir valve?

    What'd you do?

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    hey dogwood....

    i found a video that shows how to replace the valve.....

    http://www.cascadedesigns.com/therm-a-rest/FAQ


    its about 3 questions down...


    and after your thru---i would call them and see if they'd replace it.......

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    THX TN HIKER. The entire valve is spinning in the nozzle hole creating a virtually instantaneously deflation. I'm going to need a whole new replacement valve. I'm going to try an in the field Crazy Glue or epoxy short term fix it though. Wish I had some Seam Grip.

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    do you have a spare valve?

    and im guessing the town that you are stuck in right now wont have what ya need........

    hmmmm.........im trying to think if i have a thermarest repair kit at the house that i could drive up to ya.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogwood View Post
    THX TN HIKER. The entire valve is spinning in the nozzle hole creating a virtually instantaneously deflation. I'm going to need a whole new replacement valve. I'm going to try an in the field Crazy Glue or epoxy short term fix it though. Wish I had some Seam Grip.
    Try some Goop Glue. Very strong and flexible.
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    I'd make certain to call customer service at Cascade Designs.
    I bet they'll replace the mat for you.
    They have excellent customer service.

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