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When updating a value in a repeater you need to use you need to already know one of the other fields in the repeater on the same row.
// "field" represents the field that was changed var field_to_update = field.closest('.acf-row').find('[data-key="key to field you wan to update"] .acf-input input');
I’m not sure what else you are doing in your code.
$(document).on('change', '[data-key="key of sub field in repeater"] .acf-input input'
the last part of the selector (“input”) will need to be changed based on the field type you want the action added to.
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