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The following picture depicts my problem:

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    These are like 13-14 cents per bag... Just use a new one? Oct 18 '16 at 14:04
  • You don't even need the slider to seal the bag, simply pinch one end and slide along the seal until closed.
    – Xylius
    May 27 '17 at 6:50
  • @BrootsWaymb Ugh. And where does that wasted plastic wind up afterwards? (The answer is in our rivers, lakes, seas, oceans, and overflowing landfills.) Feb 24 at 16:57
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Pinch the two ends of the bag together and slide them on, I'm not sure if this works all the time but I used this method a few times and it worked for me.

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First, get your finger underneath the tab, so that you are pinching the inner tab from the outside. Next, pull the tab from underneath as if you are opening a bag of chips. There should be a small opening now, from there, you should be able to easily separate the bag and re-attach the slider. :)

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