In addition to what red_herring posted above.
Screenshots & the more detailed information you can provide makes it much easier for other players to be able to assist you.
The answers you are looking for are clearly accessible, available, understandable & easy to use.
Check out the maps & videos here for the game scene/mine "Ancestral Vault".
You should accustom yourself with the Diggys Adventure Wikipedia pages.
Reading the Wikipedia pages, watching videos & looking at maps are extremely educational, informative & rewarding.
This game has so many facets & strategies that when understood & implemented it will make the game much better & more enjoyable.
The idea of solving the answers to puzzles, riddles, codes, etc. makes this game fun & interesting.
The dedicated players who maintain the Wikipedia pages & create videos, maps, guides, walkthroughs, hidden gifts / bonuses, etc. invest a tremendous amount of energy, effort, knowledge, expertise and time in providing a wealth of information to other players.
If you don't do your own research in this game, you are doing yourself a disservice, you may miss out on a lot of hidden gifts/bonuses & you will not get any rewards/benefits from implementing strategies that are available to you for much more fulfilling gameplay.
If you get stuck, check out the maps, videos, walkthroughs, guides & hidden gifts/bonuses in these links