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Yuga Samuel

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So, essentially, no matter how you hold the cube, you want every bump to either all be on the left side or all be on the right side on the U, F, B, and D faces. If you still don't understand, you can PM me and I'll try to further explain it tomorrow.
Thank you for replying. But it has other problems whenever I try to move those bumps, they sometimes move to the middle(this happens when im turning the cube). Do you know how to make them stop moving?

And also you said those bumps need to be on the either left or right side, but, are they have to be exactly in the same layer? (What i mean by that is my white side and green have the bump on the bottom left. But my yellow and blue have the bump on the top left.
 
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Thank you for replying. But it has other problems whenever I try to move those bumps, they sometimes move to the middle(this happens when im turning the cube). Do you know how to make them stop moving?

And also you said those bumps need to be on the either left or right side, but, are they have to be exactly in the same layer? (What i mean by that is my white side and green have the bump on the bottom left. But my yellow and blue have the bump on the top left.
No, they don't have to be in the same layer. What you described should work fine, as long as you line up the other two centers appropriately.
 

Vecolity

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my thread got moved here
so ive done about 6000 solves on it
and i bought it from thecubicle
 

EngiNerdBrian

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Nope, I was just solving and the screw broke in two pieces, one piece is stuck in the core.
Haven’t heard of it. But mine locks up and catches constantly. I had wondered if all the extra pressure I need to put on it would eventually cause damage. Do you have the extra screws that came with it still?
 

alvysz

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I have a gan 356 xs and when i cleaned it the core feels gritty or sandy i analyzed it that the insides are rubbing on the cap of the core it wasn't like this when i bought it, i tried to lube the cap and the blue thingy and it didn't work. please help
 

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Try scrubbing the peices gently with a damp towel and re-assemble, if the problem is still there then gan customer support is pretty good about hardware issues and they will either tell you how to fix the problem or send you a new core
 

TwiSTeDChiP

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So recently, I bought an aosu wrm and out of the box, it felt kind of weird, and I thought it just need setup. When I cleaned it and lubed it, it still felt the same, and it was better when I loosened it, but then it kept popping. What should I do? (BTW I lubed my cube with Martian)
 

Sub1Hour

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So recently, I bought an aosu wrm and out of the box, it felt kind of weird, and I thought it just need setup. When I cleaned it and lubed it, it still felt the same, and it was better when I loosened it, but then it kept popping. What should I do? (BTW I lubed my cube with Martian)
To paraphrase from Kevin Hays, "The best way to set up a big cube is to use it". Keep solving on it and then it will feel better.
 
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