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Default Why is my table acutally 2 different tables instead of 1 table?

I have what appears to be a single table but it is actually two different
tables. I know this because the "heading rows repeat" function is not
working. The grid line between the two tables appears slightly heavier than
the other gridlines. There's definitely no line between the tables and I
haven't been able to find any formatting that is causing this phenomenon.

Any ideas?
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