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In angular-imask how do I get the IMask class?

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Using Angular-IMask, I'm programatically updating the field that has IMask. So I'm getting the error:

"Element value was changed outside of mask. Syncronize mask using mask.updateValue() to work properly."

How can I get imask object so I can call updateValue() ? I set the component only on the template, so I don't have any object in the component I can access.

HTML:

<input class="form-control" ngbDatepicker #dpStart="ngbDatepicker" type="text" id="dpStart" 
	(dateSelect)="syncDateFields($event, 'start')" (change)="syncDateFields($event.target.value, 'start')"
	name="start" placeholder="Start" [imask]="imaskDate" [unmask]="false" font  />
<button class="btn btn-outline-secondary calendar" (click)="dpStart.toggle()" type="button">
	<i class="fa-solid fa-calendar-days"></i>
</button>

Component

imaskDate = {
	mask: '00/00/0000',
	lazy: false,
	overwrite: true
}

syncDateFields(date: NgbDate | string, campo: string) {
    // I want to access imask object here
    // example: imask.updateValue()
}

The problem happens when I click the datePicker button and select a date from it.

The datepicker object is from the ng-bootstrap module: NgbDatePicker.

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