Welcome aboard, Steve-er!
Sorry to hear of your frustration sealing the bags and then going through yet a second bag. I wish you would have done what I did…I must have used my first bag 6 or 7 times to learn how my sealer was going to work with the UMAi Dry® bag.
On the other hand you don’t even need a sealer as a perfect vacuum is not necessary! In fact what you can do is place the moist meat into the bag and then using your hands press the bag against the meat while forcing out as much air and not leaving any air pockets. Then at the open end insert a drinking straw or a piece of tubing in and then grab the bag tightly around the straw or tubing and finish sucking out as much air as you can. When done quickly remove the straw or tubing and tightly close the end using a bread twisty.
As for your specific question, seeing that you had re-bagged it after just the second day then you shouldn’t have an issue and should be doing just fine!