My old pappy used to say you could fix about anything with bailing wire and duct tape, with emphasis on the duct tape. Unfortunately, when it comes to video and photo use, duct tape, the silver-backed tape you buy at the hardware store is NOT the solution. Conventional duct tape is not only hard to remove it also leaves a sticky residue on most stuff that is a pain to remove.
The "pros" in our business use something called "gaffer tape". This tape is not only easier to remove but it doesn't leave any sticky residue when removed. Everyone should have a roll in their "kit" when out on a shoot. I use the black version but you can get it in a variety of colors, including camouflage. The most-used width is 2" but other widths are also available. You can tear the tape down the middle to create narrow width pieces from the 2" rolls. Here are a couple of sources from which I get a small consideration: