Hi....I utilized a coil cover, cleaned the coil well indeed, at that point stuck a cover on the base utilizing a weighty covering of a unique slurry over the entire lower part of the loop. This covered a large number of breaks and covered a few openings where pieces were absent. Then, I stirred up a pack a greater amount of the slurry comprising of ground up ABS plastic and MEK and just painted it on the top piece of the curl, ensuring it to utilize weighty coats over all breaks. Indeed, when done, the coil was butt terrible, however fixed very well and usable. It "aint a doll" however it works.