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While I agree trying to repair this is not a good idea, you could make a few calls and see if its possible. You may not have to replace the complete xfmr as the coils are separated and maybe all they have to do is repair the bad one.
I would call the manufacturer first. There are xfmr repair replacement shops too. Give these guys a call. If they cannot help you, they can point you in the right direction.
Jenkins Electric | Electrical, Mechanical Repair & Machining I used them for custom xfmr's in the past. They sell and repair.
 
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