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a nightmare to any repair enthusiast's worst enemy. enthusiast. Try as you might, some screws just do not want to come out. Frustration takes over and before you know it, that once "+" shape has turned into a "O". Never fear; we've got your back. This guide will walk you through how to use a rotary tool to remove a stripped screw by cutting a small slit in the screw head, allowing you to remove the screw with a flathead screwdriver. [ … ] '''Always wear safety goggles when using a rotary tool to prevent injury from debris or sparks.'''
a nightmare to any repair enthusiast's worst enemy. enthusiast. Try as you might, some screws just do not want to come out. Frustration takes over and before you know it, that once "+" shape has turned into a "O". Never fear; we've got your back. This guide will walk you through how to use a rotary tool to remove a stripped screw by cutting a small slit in the screw head, allowing you to remove the screw with a flathead screwdriver. [ … ] '''Always wear safety goggles when using a rotary tool to prevent injury from debris or sparks.'''
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