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Yes, seal them any way you can!

Now on to how to seal them. Im in the same boat as you. How do you seal them? Ive been told to seal the bottom side and fill the hole with epoxy. I'm going to give this a try on mine. 3M 5200 doesn't work, see above picture.

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