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7750 rotor post has a broken screw inside it

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One method is to grind a slot into it with a Dremel tool with a thin disk on it, then screw it out. Another method is to make an extension to it with epoxy and a metal pin or even a toothpick and when it hardens, use the pin to turn it out. Someone else can chime in with other ideas. Steve


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Bergeon 30209 

Or

Make the same scenario using  a reverso staking tool using two screw-removing stakes.

 

...just thinking out loud

 

The other option would be to disolve the screw using Alum.

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