Thanks for writing. Without being able to see your tree in person, I can't say for sure what you should do. I'd suggest having a local arborist come out and look at your maple; he or she will be able to give you much better advice after seeing the plant.
Sorry I can't help more --- but this is one of those kinds of questions this free service isn't really meant for.
---Justin, Senior Garden Editor, BHG.com
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