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For the area that you burned through there is an easy fix....

get a piece of copper pipe. flatten with a hammer , then back up the burned through area (try to shape the copper to closely match the profile of the area your working on)

Then weld closed the area you burned through.. the weld wont stick to the copper...

dress the area with some scotch brite wheels and you should never know you burned through.
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