I have a 2005 Chrysler Town & Country 3.3L. When removing the fuel tank to replace the pump I accidentally broke the nipple off of the rollover valve which is a non-removable part of the tank. The side that broke is a short hose that connect to the filler hose just under the gas cap. If I used fuel tank epoxt and just filled the broken hole would that cause issues? Really trying NOT to buy a new tank for $500+. Stupid mistake but its done now. Thank you for any help you could provide!

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