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Aktuelle Version von: James ,

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Hi Melissa,
-A couple of options with stripped screws, drilling is an option as Josh mentioned, but first, try an elastic band over the screw head, then pop a driver in, the rubber should help grip the screw.
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-Another option is to drop a little super glue into the screw, then pop the driver in, wait a few mins then twist out.
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-If it’s a Philips's head, you could also try to make a cut in the screw head for a flathead screwdriver to fit into to.
+A couple of options with stripped screws, drilling is an option as Josh mentioned, but first, to drop a little super glue into the screw, then pop the driver in, wait a few mins then twist out.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: James ,

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Hi Melissa,

A couple of options with stripped screws, drilling is an option as Josh mentioned, but first, try an elastic band over the screw head, then pop a driver in, the rubber should help grip the screw.

Another option is to drop a little super glue into the screw, then pop the driver in, wait a few mins then twist out.

If it’s a Philips's head, you could also try to make a cut in the screw head for a flathead screwdriver to fit into to.

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