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My sister got a little mad and... well.. let's just say, RIP ES cubes...

Musje

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nothing seems broken.

Look on youtube for ES assembly vids (MMP's one for the 4x4 is nice) and I think they can be saved.
 

Logan

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I've got a video on how to assemble ES 4x4's. You could send it to me to assemble (for a price) and I could send it back. I can put ES 4x4's together in about 30 minutes.
 
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KubeKid73

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Why does it matter how fast? If you're sending it back the same day, it'll get back to them at the same time as if you put it back together in an additional hour.
 

Musje

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Why does it matter how fast? If you're sending it back the same day, it'll get back to them at the same time as if you put it back together in an additional hour.
It'll probably take a few days anyway because of shipping.
 

KubeKid73

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Yeah, so if it takes less than a day longer to put it back together, it'll come back to you in the same amount of time.
 

Dene

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Don't be stupid... figure out how to put it back together like I did. Deary me, the kids these days really do need their hand held through everything.
 

imaghost

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Once I reassembled around 15 pieces of a ES 5x5:
took me 1 hour -.-
It shouldn't take that long if you know what you're doing...
The 4x4 is the tricky one, with all those hidden pieces :mad:
The first time it can be a pain, yes.
But after that it's pretty easy as it's obvious where the hidden pieces go once you've done it once.
If only I didn't know you were talking about cubes....... I had to assemble a ES 4x4, wasn't too bad, Youtube is amazing...
 
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