Maybe try using a high strength epoxy on it if you don't want to warranty it. I don't know how it might react with that particular plastic but I've fixed tons of my kids toys that get abused pretty well with epoxy. Many of those fixes have held up fine. The only thing with that is it bends so you might wanna try something that is flexible and even then it's a shot in the dark. But might be worth a shot if you are sure you don't want to warranty it. If you do warranty it, better not do it though.
Maybe a couple of short metal rods, drill small holes for them in the cross sections and then epoxy for extra strength? Hell I don't know just brainstorming.
If I cared that much about the color I would probably do what Redline said.
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