troubleshooting Question

SQL query to replace character if exists within first 60 characters

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Vinny JohnsonFlag for United States of America asked on
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I have a long string and need to replace a "%" with a "-" but only if the "%" is within the first 60 characters.

Example input
recording-20181012_183357-7205756104-0-141850%252317199648923-0-HVDA-callhalf-15475983977%3A0_%5BcallingPartyNumber%5D.wav

example output
recording-20181012_183357-7205756104-0-141850-252317199648923-0-HVDA-callhalf-15475983977%3A0_%5BcallingPartyNumber%5D.wav
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