How do you fix a broken elbow
Generally, a cast, metal plate, or screws alone. More serious injuries require surgery, piecing the elbow back together. Thanks! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-do-you-fix-a-broken-elbow ]
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- How do you fix a broken elbow
- Generally, a cast, metal plate, or screws alone. More serious injuries require surgery, piecing the elbow back together. Thanks!
- How to fix a broken elbow on a hot tub?
- JB weld. It is ugly, but it might do the job. I would reccomend that you put in the right parts. If that broken filter causes your heater to go out, it could cost a whole lot more.
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