sorry for the silence from our part. Discourse is also new for me, and I had the wrong notification settings.
In a nutshell, I would consider repeatability a case of reproducible results. An experiment can be reproducible, but not produce repeatable results. If a study is repeatable, it means that the experiments and analysis produce similar results (usually within some threshold margin for variance). The difference to replication is that repeatability concerns the outcomes of the same (reproduced) analysis, while replication usually involves differences in experimental setup (input data, methods).
I hope this clarifies the issue somewhat!