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Buying, 11x11x11 corner piece. price $0-3 US

pkvk9122

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Hi guyz,

I recently broke my 11x11x11 cube corner piece.. I think its a 'Yu Xin'. Its sticker is located on the yellow face, on a corner piece.
anyway.. Is anyone willing to sell me a 11x11 corner piece? I live in Australia btw. Please pm or post below for further details!

Heres the pics :D

http://imgur.com/a/SiJ7F

Thanks!!

pkvk9122
 

mdolszak

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Those could be pictures of just the piece he is looking for; not the broken one, but the type of piece that he needs. He did say that the broken piece has a yellow sticker, and the corner piece in the pictures has a white sticker.
 

pkvk9122

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ummm, the pictures that i have shown, as mdolszak has said, are the ones i am looking for. By yellow sticker, I just was telling u guyz where the logo was located >.<.
So yes. If u want to see the broken one, just ask me and ill post it. Its pretty broken... Btw, it broke by someone dropping it onto the floor corner first.. D:

Thanks

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pkvk9122

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o_O u melted a bit of plastic? woow lol. Soo anyone know somehwere where i can buy that piece? :D

pkvk9122
 

Blindbiker22

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Step By Step instructions on how to fix you YuXin corner piece:
Step 1: Use superglue and liquid cement for plastic models to glue corner piece back to the base
Step 2: Burn a tooth pick, then use hot end (now not on fire), to fuse the plastic that is showing
Step 3: Sand with 220 grit sandpaper the areas that have changed a bit by the fusing to make them more uniform
 
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