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Safedian Inconsistency - The Answer

The obligation of sukah is different than the obligation of tzitzis. One is obligated to sit in a sukah all seven days. Therefore, if one temporarily leaves the sukah it is not considered a "hesech hada'as" and upon returning no new bracha is necessary.

Tzitzis is an obligation only when wearing a garment with four corners. The moment the garment is removed the obligation is over. When one puts on the four cornered garment anew, a NEW obligation devolves upon the wearer, thus mandating a new bracha.

[Rav Eliashiv Shlita - See also the answer given by my brilliant friend Will in the comments section]

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