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If they're that bad that you can't easily straighten them, buy new lines and try again.
You can get them out without damaging them too much if you're really careful and take your time. Not a fun job though.
Brake hardlines are usually work hardened from when they were first produced so don't take well to any subsequent bending. If you bend them too much, they'll fracture.
Keep the original rubber locators and make sure you fit the lines in the right order/position. You don't want them to make contact with one another or the body.