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Crack in carbon blade, what can be done?

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I have been searching for solutions and also written to Trygons, who hasnt replied yet. This is a Trygon RX about 6 yesrs old. Can anyone share what else, besides using drill or sealant that the crack doesnt extend any further? As you can see, near the railing there is a considerable crack. I do not know how that happened.

What do you think could be the cause of it? Do you recommend that I continue my pool trainings with this crack? Is my Trygons ready to be sent to fins graveyard? Is there a way to salvage it?
 

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Probably just use it until it's too bad to go on, then a burial as sea.
 
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