Fixing Laminate Flooring

I have Wilsonart laminate flooring in my living room. It is the tongue and groove glue together type. My dishwasher leaked and water got under the floor causing the edges of the some of the boards to cup upwards. When the dried out they went back down and you couldnt tell at all. Now 2 years later that damn dishwasher leaked again, but this time the boards are dried out but they appear to be permanently damaged. The bubbled up edges stayed that way. Does anyone know how to fis this? I need to replace about 6 or 7 planks that are not at the edge of the floor. The planks are approx 3' x 6". The damaged ones are 2 or 3 rows away from the edge of the floor. Any help would be appreciated.
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You may have to replace out to the edge. Contact your local dealer or Wilson Art to see if the style you need is still available. www.wilsonart.com
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But how do I replace it? Its glued tongue and groove.

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Start at the edge and work in to the bad spot. You may have to cut the last piece and also cut the tongue off the new piece and fit it flush. This is done all the time with hardwood flooring that has to be repaired.
You will need a tablesaw with a carbide tipped blade to do the cutting. WilsonArt is tough stuff.
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