Only these two edges are misplaced. Any algorithm to solve this?
For this example, an algorithm that is more simple to remember, and can be altered for the other case (opposite edges), is this:
F' E F2 E2 F' U' F E2 F2 E' F and U. Replace
U2 for the case of flipping two opposite edges on top face.
(E is the equatorial slice, viewed from face U)
Why so complicated? You can use even a simpler combo. First, move the other flipped edge to the opposite side. If BLUE is Front and ORANGE is Left do:
- Moving the orange edge to the opposite side: L', B'
- Combo to remember: 4x(M' U), 4x(U M')
- Moving back the orange edge to where it was: B, L
Basically you can flip sides on any two edges anywhere using this method.
P.S. M' - that's middle layer turning 90º in the same direction as R