New beekeeper here and a friend and I have purchased one TBH each. After, 11 days, she went into hers and found a nice straight comb on the bottom of the TBH. Looked pretty clean. As she was inspecting the other top bars we noticed that they were not straight comb but angled small sections of comb. None of them were straight on the bar. While looking at one of the bars with these segments, one of the segments fell off. When we pulled it up we saw a lot of capped brood. My friend was pretty upset about it and so we strung the segment back up and hope the capped larvae survivors make it after being outside on a 82 degree day. Here's the question. What does she do at this point? All the bars are in waves or segments. None of the bars have straight comb. Does she just leave it alone and hope the rest survive and they start straightening out or once in this pattern do they stay this way. What are the prospects for a successful hive like this?