Didgeridoo Replacement Beeswax Mouthpiece Kit (2023)

How do I replace my existing didgeridoo mouthpiece?
If you click play on the video on this page Sanshi will show you how easy it is to replace your mouthpiece, here's the step by step instructions:

1.Starting with a stick of beeswax, rest in hot water for 2-3 minutes until it becomes soft and pliable (don't use boiling water or the wax will melt).

2. Dry the wax and roll with your hands on a smooth surface until it becomes round like a pencil. The thickness of the wax pencil will depend on the size of your didgeridoo mouthpiece . For an average sized didge, your beeswax pencil should be around 5mm diameter.

3. Press the wax stick on the inside rim of your didge mouthpiece and mould around until you meet the beginning.

4. Break off any excess wax. Mould the soft wax onto the mouthpiece of the didgeridoo. Be sure to push it inside the didgeridoo for a better grip.

5. Done! Your new beeswax mouthpiece is ready to go.

Where does your beeswax come from?
Our beeswax mouthpieces are mMade from happy, healthy, busy bees from Western Australia.

This 100% natural Australian beeswax has been made from bees who roam the wild and source their nectar from a variety of Western Australian trees including Jarrah, Marri, Karri, and wildflowers.

This beeswax has been meticulously filtered by hand, leaving it pure and silky smooth which is perfect for you didgeridoo mouthpiece. Like a fresh haircut, we know how good a new mouthpiece on your special didge feels.

This replacement mouthpiece kit has been created so you can easily upgrade your didgeridoo mouthpiece yourself.

How many mouthpieces does the replacement kit make?
We've created this kit so it works on all types of didgeridoos, big and small. Depending on the size of the mouthpiece of your didgeridoo, you can typically make between 2 - 5 mouthpieces from this kit.

Where do you ship to?
We ship worldwide! To calculate shipping costs, add your items to the cart and enter your shipping address and the system will calculate shipping for you.

Didgeridoo Replacement Mouthpiece Kit (Multi-Pack). Re-waxing the mouthpiece on your didgeridoo has never been simpler. This kit includes 3 beeswax mouthpiece sticks. It also includes application instructions to show you step-by-step how to apply. You will have your new mouthpiece on in no time!

Replacing your mouthpiece couldn't be easier with this Didgeridoo Beeswax Mouthpiece.

Watch this quick video from Sanshi showing you exactly how to replace your mouthpiece with a new one (example didgeridoo mouthpiece is 5cm (2") outer diameter) or to see a enlarged product image, click on the photo to the left.

This kit includes 3 beeswax mouthpiece sticks made from 100% Australian Beeswax. The kit also includes simple to follow, step-by-step application instructions to show you how to apply your new mouthpiece.

You will have your new mouthpiece on in no time!

Fast Shipping, Worldwide! We ship our beeswax mouthpieces to every country in the world. To purchase, simply click the Add to Cart button on this page and follow the checkout process.

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  • 5
    Bees wax

    Posted by Tygalily Keeley on 16th Feb 2023

    Great product, quick postage, good price.

  • 5
    excellent pr

    Posted by Jonathan Pearce on 14th Jul 2022

    Got my didgeridoo back on the road in no time at all!

  • 5
    Didgeridoo Replacement Beeswax Mouthpiece Kit

    Posted by Joey Loades on 18th Mar 2022

    Was a pleasure shopping with you. Great price, great quality product, and fast postage. Thanks heaps guys.

  • 5

    Posted by Brendon Ferrier on 28th Jan 2022

    I recently ordered a replacement mouthpiece for my didgeridoo. The website was easy to find the item quickly and place an order. I received the item today and it was well packaged and moved through both Australian and UK customs quickly. Cant wait to replace the mouthpiece and get playing again. Sorry neighbours :)

  • 5

    Posted by Aneva Kahukura on 22nd Nov 2021

    Again very pleased .thank you keep up good work

  • 1
    Poor shipping

    Posted by Berkeley Johnson on 12th Nov 2021

    Ordered a wax mouthpiece a month ago and still haven't received it. For such a small item and high shipping and handling costs I expected my item by now.Will not be purchasing from this company again.

  • 5
    Purchasing Replacement Beeswax mouthpiece Kit

    Posted by Daniel Haun on 24th Sep 2021

    Using the web site is very easy to navigate when buying accessories.Thanks,Dan HCarlsbad, CA

  • 5
    Great Wax, Great Price

    Posted by James O on 18th Sep 2021

    I bought this from these fabulous people because I was getting a bag from them, and they charge a normal amount for the wax. I could have purchased it from other sources and received it sooner, but for twice the price, and I'd rather support a business like didgeridoobreath.

  • 5
    Easy purchase and application at home

    Posted by Navi on 14th Sep 2021

    I didn’t know how hard it would be to reapply the bees wax to the didge until I saw Sanshi’s video. The didge is just like new! Thanks Sanshi.

  • 5
    Thanks guys

    Posted by Valerian Vincent on 9th Sep 2021

    Amazing UX, brilliant website, easy to navigate, and perfect delivery timing. My Didgeridoo has never been happier. And me too. Though i cant play it.

  • 5
    Didgeridoo Replacement Beeswax Mouthpiece Kit

    Posted by Unknown on 1st Sep 2021

    Haven't used them yet.

  • 5
    beeswax mouthpiece kit

    Posted by John Beddoe on 30th Jun 2021

    (Video) Didgeridoo Beeswax Mouthpiece Replacement - A How To Guide

    excellent mouthpiece kit. Arrived quickly, priced well and great communication

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Apr 2021

  • 5
    Great Service

    Posted by Paul on 13th Apr 2021

    One of the only places I could find this product, and even had a video showing how to use them. Arrived very quickly, definitely recommend.

  • 5
    Great service!!

    Posted by Paul Glass on 12th Apr 2021

    Hi Really liked how quickly the merch came, and more than happy with the quality and instructions on molding to the mouth piece,I played a gig with the Sydney Youth Orchestra and results were unreal!!!!

  • 5
    Beeswax Mouthpiece Kit

    Posted by allace on 31st Mar 2021

    I watched the instruction video that was done by Sanshi and this definitely helped with getting a good result

  • 5
    My first didgeridoo

    Posted by Jason B on 21st Feb 2021

    I had questions before I bought the product. Sanshi answered in a timely professional manner. The product came earlier than I expected and came in tact. What a beautiful instrument. Now I need to practice more...😆

  • 5

    Posted by Robert Davies on 2nd Feb 2021

    Easy online ordering and arrived very quickly A big thumbs up 👍👍

  • 5

    Posted by Danielle on 13th Jan 2021

    Hi I’m very pleased with how quickly you respond and I received products from you it’s fantastic to see how easy it was to order on line and know it is here in good order and in a timely manner

  • 5

    Posted by Anna on 24th Dec 2020

    Great website, easy to order, excellent service. Had my order from interstate in 3 days. Would thoroughly recommend.

  • 5

    Posted by Jeffrey Greenlaw on 25th Nov 2020

    Yep....it was bee's wax alright...couldn't fool me !

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  • 5
    Didgeridoo Beeswax

    Posted by Gavan Skerritt on 17th Sep 2020

    Excellent product and prompt delivery at a great price. A great Australian company selling a product for an Australian musical instrument.

  • 5
    The best Didgeridoo store you will find

    Posted by Warren Wilson on 1st Sep 2020

    (Video) DIDGERIDOO BEESWAX MOUTHPIECE - How to Replace - Instant Fitting

    Recently ordered some replacement bees wax for my Didgeridoo and these guys are fantastic to deal with. Great products, great prices and due to the current Covid issues with post delays i were kept well informed. Thanks Sanshi for the quick replies and and follow ups. Now to book some lessons and maybe a new Didgeridoo..

  • 5
    Purchase Review

    Posted by Brad Richter on 18th Aug 2020

    My recent purchase was FAST, EASY and SEAMLESS, thanks! I can't wait to purchase my second Didgeridoo from you, I already have my eye on one.

  • 5
    Quality excellent

    Posted by Jamie on 11th Aug 2020

    Easy to place on Didgeridoo , fast shipping , great customer service

  • 5
    Bees Wax

    Posted by William Goetz on 6th Aug 2020

    Hi guys, I was very very happy with your response, product arrived very quick all excellent.Your Website is also great.I will use your training later on when I feel I will most benefit from it. I need to get grip of circular breathing a bit more first. Installing the Beeswax was quite simple following instructions.Thanks for all your advice keep up the great work.Cheers Bill

  • 5

    Posted by Martin Labrecque on 29th Jul 2020

    Good packaging, product arrived in perfect condition

  • 5
    Perfect Order

    Posted by Michael Finos on 24th Jul 2020

    I ordered some replacement beeswax from DidgeridooBreath. My order arrived in perfect condition and in a very fast manner. The product itself was of excellent quality. Would thoroughly recommend this business. Thank you

  • 5

    Posted by Roy on 5th Jul 2020

  • 5

    Posted by Kye Mackenzie on 16th Jun 2020

    My experience with didgeridoo Breath was great

  • 5

    Posted by Lana on 4th Jun 2020

    Great product just as described and very easy to use, super fast postage!! Look forward to shopping with you again

  • 5

    Posted by Peter Grealy on 29th May 2020

    Easy to fit and mould and fast delivery. Thumbs up

  • 5
    Quick professional service

    Posted by Donald Dupasquier on 24th May 2020

    I was very pleased to receive my replacement beeswax mouthpieces in the mail. The service was quick and the instructions very easy to follow. I'm very happy with the results. I'm also looking forward to taking some of the online tutorial music lessons with Sanshi. Very good site and easy to use. Continued success to you and your business in this COVID19 time. Rather than groan - let's "drone". Cheers.

  • 5

    Posted by Shaun Gudgeon on 23rd May 2020

  • 5
    Beeswax Kit

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Apr 2020

    Prompt shipment and delivery as promised!

    (Video) How to add a Didgeridoo Beeswax Mouthpiece

  • 4
    Beeswax replacement mouthpiece kit

    Posted by Bruce Hoyle on 30th Apr 2020

    The beeswax is high quality and easy to use. I am very happy with the product.

  • 5
    Easy to fit

    Posted by Shin Miura on 26th Apr 2020

    The lecture video is very easy to understand. I made it well in spite of I made mouthpiece for the first time.

  • 5
    Always satisfied customer

    Posted by Dylan Wilson on 26th Mar 2020

    Hey guys, thanks for getting my new beeswax mouthpieces sent to me quick smart and in a hurry.I found your website easy as to shop through .Was saddened when I last visited Freo to not find the shop open :( I used to regularly drop in when I worked and lived there! Always great service and friendly people who love that sound! :) Keep it up! I'll always choose you guys

  • 5

    Posted by Irene Bowyer on 13th Mar 2020

    Great product and fast service .

  • 5

    Posted by Justine Cooper on 6th Mar 2020

  • 5
    Great mouthpiece

    Posted by Rafil Mohamed on 14th Feb 2020

    Durable and comfortable

  • 5

    Posted by RONALD BONINI on 5th Dec 2019

    Didn't use it yet but I watched the video and it seems easy to use.

  • 5
    Great product and reasonable postage

    Posted by Lost_In_Swizterland on 26th Nov 2019

    I am an Aussie living permanently in Switzerland. I bought a baby didg for our nine year old daughter to learn to play, but she broke the wax mouth piece trying! I ordered the triple pack and got them within a few days.

  • 5

    Posted by Matthew on 19th Nov 2019

    Loved this item. Thankyou for your great customer service.

  • 5
    Beeswax mouthpiece

    Posted by Susan Hemsworth on 14th Nov 2019

    Great service fast shipping and I would recommend this company for all your needs thanks so much

  • 5
    Fast Service & Friendly Staff

    Posted by Adam P on 12th Nov 2019

    I ordered online and within 2 days my beeswax mouthpieces had arrived it was super service, I'm thrilled and will buy again and again.

  • 5

    Posted by Johann McDuling on 4th Oct 2019

  • 5
    New Wax mouthpiece

    Posted by Chris on 1st Oct 2019

    (Video) Beeswax Didgeridoo Mouthpiece Tutorial: A step by step guide to putting beeswax on your didge

    Easy website and good YouTube tutorial. Arrived in stipulated time.

  • 5
    Beeswax purchase.

    Posted by Ocean Didge on 30th Sep 2019

    Very good, well sealed, well priced and easy to use.

(Video) How To Replace Your Didgeridoo Beeswax Mouthpiece


Do I need a didgeridoo mouthpiece? ›

There is no right or wrong when it comes to mouthpieces on a didgeridoo. Some didgeridoos can be played and keep a seal without beeswax. Beeswax mouthpieces are used on didgeridoos so that you can have a comfortable seal that connects your mouth to the didgeridoo.

Is playing the didgeridoo good for your lungs? ›

"The breathing technique needed to play the didgeridoo helps strengthen lung capacity and is proven to have reduced the effects of sleep apnea and asthma. ''

Is it OK for a woman to play the didgeridoo? ›

Myth 2: Women Should Not Play Didgeridoo

While it is true that in the traditional didgeridoo accompanied genres of Northern Australia, (e.g. Wangga and Bunggurl) women do not play in public ceremony, in these areas there appears to be few restrictions on women playing in an informal capacity.

Can you play didgeridoo without circular breathing? ›

Circular breathing allows a player to be able to continually blow air down the didgeridoo without ever stopping for breath. While circular breathing is great to know it is NOT a requirement to be able to play and enjoy this instrument. You can build breathing into rhythms you create when you snatch air between beats.

How do you wax the top of a didgeridoo? ›

Focus on the inner seal first by pressing down into the bore of the didgeridoo. Then, once you've got a good inner seal, start pressing around the top of the beeswax and the outside to make a nice surface for your mouth to rest on.

What frequency is didgeridoo sound? ›

Didgeridoo, also known as didjeridu or yidaki, is an ancient tribal instrument from Australia (Figure 1). It is a long, hollow, usually wooden tube that is blown into like a horn. It produces a distinctive and continuous low-pitched drone (frequency range 55 to 80 Hz).

What is the easiest to play didgeridoo? ›

Generally, a conical shaped didgeridoo with a relatively small mouthpiece that widens to a bell will be easier to play than a cylindrical shaped didgeridoo demonstrating greater backpressure and variety in playability, often requiring less air and aiding in circular breathing.

Does beeswax harden after melting? ›

If you have capping wax with some honey on it, you can put the wax in a pot of water and gently melt it. When it's all melted, the wax will float on top and harden as it cools and the honey will separate out into the water.

Can you reuse melted beeswax? ›

The simple answer is yes. The best thing to do is melt down the remaining wax and pour it into a smaller votive—et voilà, you have yourself a new candle. Make sure you combine all the same type of wax (beeswax, paraffin, or soy).

Will a hairdryer melt beeswax? ›

If it gets hard, then you can melt/soften it with a hairdryer or heat gun.

How do I choose the right mouthpiece? ›

  1. Know the most important thing you'd like to change. ...
  2. Don't be afraid to try a few different sizes/models. ...
  3. Bring your own instrument and your current mouthpiece to compare. ...
  4. Play a variety of different music and passages. ...
  5. If in doubt, go for comfort. ...
  6. Listen to your private teacher or coach.
Jan 15, 2017

What does a heavier mouthpiece do? ›

There are now many manufacturers who make heavy walled mouthpieces. They are made with the throat size larger to give it a more “open” feel.

Are bigger mouthpieces better? ›

Which is the better mouthpiece? Small mouthpieces have definite advantages such as easier upper range and more endurance. Large mouthpieces have the advantages of easier flexibility and a darker and a more pleasant tone.

Can you change pitch on a didgeridoo? ›

Once the drone is going on the didgeridoo try tightening and loosening your lips and moving your tongue into the letter E position slightly to change the pitch. If for example a didgeridoo is tuned to key of C you should be able to vary the key from C sharp to C flat with just lip pressure.

Why is a didgeridoo brass? ›

Even if it is not made of sheet metal, the didgeridoo (as well as the alphorn) is one of the brass instruments. The reason is the same tone generation of the resonating sound by the vibrating lips. The didgeridoo is played as the only “brass” almost exclusively on the lowest playable natural frequency of the pipe.

How do you clean a didgeridoo mouthpiece? ›

For untreated didgeridoos, it is best to leave the wood alone, and for both methods, a quick rub with a damp cloth on the mouthpiece can suffice for any sanitation needs.

Does playing the didgeridoo cure sleep apnea? ›

The study found that playing the didgeridoo did help treat moderate cases of sleep apnea, showing a reduction in daytime sleepiness and nighttime sleep disruption for both sleep apnea sufferers and their partners.

How does the didgeridoo affect the brain? ›

These sounds stimulate the vagus nerve, which leads to chemical changes in the brain. It is very soothing and meditative.” The didgeridoo produces high frequency gamma activity in the range of 50 to 150 Hz, which is believed to help with relaxation.

Does didgeridoo stop snoring? ›

In 2006, a study made in Zurich showed that regular practice (20 minutes per day) of didgeridoo on a three months period reduced obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

Who is traditionally forbidden from playing the didgeridoo? ›

Gender-based traditional prohibition debate

Traditionally, only men play the didgeridoo and sing during ceremonial occasions; playing by women is sometimes discouraged by Aboriginal communities and elders.

What is the best note for a didgeridoo? ›

If you want a didgeridoo from this family, then it is best to begin with a C. These are effectively the least low/bass. As a result, they are also shorter and easier to play. Furthermore, you will be able to find them quite easily, because this note is a standard one.

Do you buzz into a didgeridoo? ›

Hold the didge up to your face gently and buzz into the didgeridoo. Congratulations, you made your first sound on the instrument. Practice making a nice resonant sound and sustaining it for a while.

Can you teach yourself to circular breathe? ›

When the lungs start to deflate again, puff your cheeks and inhale quickly and deeply through your nose. Once a small amount of air has been inhaled, switch back to using air from the lungs. Repeat this several times. This is the technique used for circular breathing.

Does a didgeridoo have a mouthpiece? ›

The mouthpiece is essentially just the end of the didgeridoo. Some didgeridoo players prefer to have it plain, without any beeswax on there, however it would have to be sanded down, so you don't get any woodchips around your mouth, or burnt in the fire to make it smooth.

How do you seal a didgeridoo? ›

The makers usually use timber glue to seal the raw timber that protects the instrument from losing moisture and essential oils. If your instrument is painted, you might like to protect the artwork. On both natural timber or paint, I recommend using clear oil or water-based matt or gloss varnish.

Are didgeridoos made from agave? ›

Elegant art you can play. Desert Mountain Didgeridoos are custom-made, handcrafted instruments created from carefully selected agave stalks responsibly harvested in the Sonoran desert. Each didge here is an individualized piece of art, customized in appearance and sound.

What is the noisiest instrument? ›

While the French horn may be the loudest instrument, it is by no means the only one that produces dangerously loud sounds. Below is a list of common instruments and their decibel outputs when played at their loudest: Trombone: 85 to 114 db. Flute: 85 to 111 db.

How long does a didgeridoo last? ›

Whilst in theory a didgeridoo could be used indefinitely through constant repair and maintenance, the lifespan of a didgeridoo in Aboriginal society is usually 2 to 3 years.

Is a didgeridoo woodwind or brass? ›

It is sometimes described as a natural wooden trumpet or "drone pipe" and is classified as a "brass" instrument because of how it is played. A modern didgeridoo is usually cylindrical or conical, and can measure anywhere from 1 to 3 m (3 to 10 ft) long. Most are around 1.2 m (4 ft) long.

What is a didgeridoo actually called? ›

Yidaki is the Yolngu matha (Yolngu language) name for it, Lardil speaking people on Mornington Island refer to it as the djibolu, while Djinang speaking people at Millingimbi call it Rirtakki. The Yidaki is an instrument owned exclusively by the Yolngu people of North Eastern Arnhem Land.

Can you play multiple notes on a didgeridoo? ›

Didgeridoos are traditionally played by Australian Aborigines in ceremonial dances. Usually, these instruments can only play one note. The various tone colors result from characteristic pitches--called formants--overlaying the fundamental note. The same phenomenon distinguishes vowels in speech.

Are bamboo didgeridoos good? ›

« David's Bamboo's didgeridoos are the perfect beginner's instruments. They are easy to play with, and offer an excellent sound at a low price! I shall highly recommend them to all novice players who want to have fun while progressing! »

Can you heat beeswax too much? ›

Beeswax melts at approximately 145° which is very easy to achieve with a microwave and if you overdo it, you'll lose most of your beeswax to the sides of your microwave. The same is true if you don't stir your beeswax.

How hot is too hot for beeswax? ›

Beeswax melts at around 145°F. At temperatures above 185°F it will discolor, and at 400°F, it becomes explosive. The ideal range for candle dipping is between 155°F and 175°F. Melt your wax in a water bath to maintain a safe temperature.

What happens if you over heat beeswax? ›

Beeswax can easily become damaged by localized overheating and if it ignites can burn more ferociously than any chip pan fire. Beeswax does not boil - it just gets hotter and hotter until it ignites.

Does beeswax go rancid? ›

Because Beeswax does not spoil, become rancid, or otherwise expire, it can continue to be reheated and reused. Like the varying colors of honey, the color of the wax depends on the age of the bees, the flowers from which they gather the nectar, the region of flower growth, and the purity of the honey.

Does alcohol melt beeswax? ›

Beeswax is yellowish to brownish-yellow, soft to brittle, wiht a melting point of 60-65°F. The wax is glossy and hard but plastic when warm. It is practically insoluble in water, partially soluble in alcohol, and soluble in hot alcohol.

What is the shelf life of beeswax? ›

Shelf life of Beeswax.

Pure beeswax whether in blocks or Comb Foundations, has an almost indefinite shelf life if stored in cool dry conditions. Samples which are thousands of years old have been tested and found to have almost identical properties to freshly produced beeswax.

Can you melt beeswax in a Mason jar? ›

Add the beeswax to the mason jar. Bring the water to a boil, then reduce to medium-low heat. Once the beeswax is completely melted, remove it from the heat and stir in the coconut oil. (It helps the beeswax burn slower.)

What is the easiest way to melt beeswax? ›

You can melt wax on your stove, in your oven or in a slow cooker or similar device. Beeswax melts at 140° F and will burst into flames at 400° F. Heat the beeswax slowly. Wax takes a long time to melt completely so be patient.

Will beeswax melt in the sun? ›

In the morning of a bright, sunny day, place a few chunks of comb on the screen. Adjust the orientation of the box throughout the day so that it tracks the sun. The wax should melt fastest between 10 am and 2 pm. We are able to melt a full comb in 10 minutes during the hottest hours of the day.

How do you produce the sound on a didgeridoo? ›

The player's lips produce a sound wave that travels into the instrument, but it also travels in the other direction, into the vocal tract. The vocal tract is a resonator that, in normal speech, can assist the radiation of some frequency bands, but not others.

How do you make a beeswax wrap kit? ›

  1. Cut the fabric. Preheat the oven to 200°F or the lowest setting. ...
  2. Place on a baking tray. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and place the fabric on top. ...
  3. Melt and spread the beeswax. Place the sheet in the oven for about 4-8 minutes. ...
  4. Let dry. ...
  5. Customize your wraps.
Apr 16, 2021

Is honeycomb the same as beeswax? ›

Honeycomb is basically beeswax and raw honey. The beeswax has very little nutritional value with the exception of trace amounts of vitamin A.

What is the best way to melt beeswax? ›

You can melt wax on your stove, in your oven or in a slow cooker or similar device. Beeswax melts at 140° F and will burst into flames at 400° F. Heat the beeswax slowly. Wax takes a long time to melt completely so be patient.

Can the didgeridoo cure sleep apnea? ›

The study found that playing the didgeridoo did help treat moderate cases of sleep apnea, showing a reduction in daytime sleepiness and nighttime sleep disruption for both sleep apnea sufferers and their partners.

What should you not use beeswax wraps on? ›

Don't use it with raw meat.

Because beeswax wrap shouldn't be exposed to hot water, it's not a good fit for raw meat or fish. “Stick with fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, cheese, and bread,” advises Reid.

Is it cheaper to make your own beeswax wraps? ›

Overall, making your own beeswax wraps is much cheaper than buying the premade varieties, especially if you're reusing cloth you already have on hand. Look at it this way: a 3-pack of premium beeswax wraps can cost $18, which is $6 more than a 1-pound bag of beeswax.

What are the cons of beeswax wraps? ›

3 Disadvantages of Bee's Wrap
  • It's not as pliable as plastic wrap and not ideal for all foods.
  • It requires maintenance.
  • It's pricey.
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