The way you have written this, it is very hard to tell what you have done.
You have correctly changed the the number to polar form: .
To find the first 6th root, you take the 6th root of 2 and divide by 6: . To find the second root add to the original polar form: . since has period that is the same number but dividing the argument by 6 gives gives a new root.
Keep and then divide by 6 to get the other 4 roots.
Geometrically, since the distance from the origin is always and the angle is always additional , these numbers are the vertices of a regular hexgon in the complex plane. Since one vertex is alway exactly opposite another vertex, it should be easy to see what the sum of the roots is even without doing any arithmetic. An algebraic way of seeing it is to remember that when you multiply things like , the coefficient of x is just a+ b+ c+ ...+ z/