# Rubik's cube 3x3x3 - I couldn't find a solution for this case

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Good afternoon guys

I'm starting at the rubik cube 3x3x3 still in the basic method of layers, and I was already solving the cube, moving on to new algarithomes when I came across this situation, someone can help me, I've researched and I didn't find how to solve this situation

tks too all

#### ObscureCuber

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Im pretty sure you have two edges flipped.
take two adjacent yellow edges apart from the cube and swap them

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Lololol that seems inefficient just swap the two corners and you get a solved case.

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ok guys

I will solve "in brute force", kkkkkkk

Thank you all

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ok guys

I will solve "in brute force", kkkkkkk

Thank you all
huh? that case is unsolvable.

#### mrdouble

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Good afternoon guys

I'm starting at the rubik cube 3x3x3 still in the basic method of layers, and I was already solving the cube, moving on to new algarithomes when I came across this situation, someone can help me, I've researched and I didn't find how to solve this situation

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tks too all
If you swap the orange and red edges you will have a T-perm you will have to remove the edge lifting the edge off of the cube and switching them. Hopefully this made sense

#### mookiemu

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In other words, someone physically flipped two edges on your cube making it unsolvable. Someone must have taken the cube apart and put it together wrong. You have to physically take the cube apart and put it back together correctly.