We consider a problem of great practical interest: the repairing and recovery of a low-dimensional manifold embedded in high-dimensional space from noisy scattered data. Suppose that we observe a point cloud sampled from the low-dimensional manifold, with noise, and let us assume that there are holes in the data. Can we recover missing information inside the holes? While in low-dimension the problem was extensively studied, manifold repairing in high dimension is still an open problem. We introduce a new approach, called Repairing Manifold Locally Optimal Projection (R-MLOP), that expands the MLOP method introduced by Faigenbaum-Golovin et al. in 2020, to cope with manifold repairing in low and high-dimensional cases. The proposed method can deal with multiple holes in a manifold. We prove the validity of the proposed method, and demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach by considering different manifold topologies, for single and multiple holes repairing, in low and high dimensions.