It is simpler to replace square-edged boards than tongue-and-groove boards, since they do not have interlocking edges. Take care to avoid damaging cables and pipes below floor level.
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Saw along the pencil lines to remove the damaged section of board. Protect the floor with a spare piece of board.
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