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The extreme stress of the Zartaclaton moonquakes may be too much for your MoonQuake Escape board. Here are tips for easy repairs.

1) Sticky Rings: If the outer rings stick or grab when they spin, sand the inside of each ring lightly with fine grit sandpaper and then rub candle wax along those edges.
2) Loose Base Hexes: The top or bottom hexes may come loose from the Base Structure. Glue them back in place with a small amount of craft glue.
TIP: Place the hex in the Launch Pad circle and use it to find the center of the Base Structure (the Launch Pad and two inner rings will help center the bottom hex).
IMPORTANT: Make sure the edges of the top and bottom hexes are lined up, otherwise the pipes on the rings won’t line up to the board from top to bottom when playing.
3) Molten Core Hex: The thick yellow hex in the Molten Core may come loose. Glue it in place so that half the hex’s thickness is sticking from the bottom, leaving a hex “hole” on the top.

Your board should now be moonquake-proof and ready for games and games of fun. Quake on!
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