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To fix a leaky garden hose, follow these steps:

Three steps to fix a leaky garden hose

1.Turn off the water supply to the hose.
2.Cut out the damaged section of the hose, if necessary.
If the leak is a small hole, use a hose repair kit to patch it up. These kits include a hose mender or coupler and hose clamps. Simply cut the hose where the leak is and insert the mender or coupler into each end. Secure it with the hose clamps, tightening them with a screwdriver or pliers.
If the leak is around the fittings, you may need to replace the washers or fittings themselves. First, unscrew the fittings from the hose and remove any old washers. Insert new washers, making sure they are the correct size and shape for the fitting. Then, screw the fittings back onto the hose, tightening them with pliers or a wrench.
3.Test the hose to make sure the leak has been fixed.

If your garden hose is older or has multiple leaks, it may be time to replace it entirely. Regular maintenance, such as draining and storing the hose properly, can also help prevent leaks and prolong the life of your hose.