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You need the post ID, the repeater field name, the sub field name and the index of the row of the repeater that you want to update.
The easiest way to update the value would then to update the metadata directly using
$meta_key = $repeater.'_'.$index.'_'.$sub_field; update_post_meta($post_id, $meta_key, $new_value);
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