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The esc_url() function is included in the WP_Query Class. So if you do not use it by your own, it gets called in WP-Core. The behavoir is indeed that a single
% gets replaced by a hash like
Try to replace
%d. If it doesn´t help, then paste your hole code here.
Okay this is a know problem with ACF repeater fields. There is a discussion about it (here) and also a new ticket. You can try the workaround (here).
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