Number theory!

\[\large t=\frac{n^3}{n-a}, \quad a\leq 5 \]

The above equation holds true for some positive integers \(t\), \(n\), and \(a\). Let \(S\) be the sum of all distinct values of \(n\). Find \((S-1)\).

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