Put down LVP plank, didn’t even out a soft spot

House had carpet. Didn’t realize how wavy the floor was. We replaced some with new plywood, and other spots filled with self-leveling stuff.

Turns out we missed a spot, and the locking part of the LVP plank just broke off. If you step on it, it sinks down.

Short of removing all the planks and starting again, are there other options? For example, option #4 here, for laminate flooring: https://www.homeoutlet.com/blog/article/laminate-flooring-issues-and-4-secrets-fix-them where we could just fill the empty spot with some foam?

That was the first room we did and we learned our lesson and replaced most subfloor boards, but this is gonna haunt everyone.

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