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I strongly suggest you do not use a Dremel unless it is the absolute last resort. You risk cutting into any of the components around the screw.

Instead, dab
Dab a very small amount of superglue on the screw head, then rest the screwdriver on top of the screw -- try to prop it in the corner of a shelf, for example. Let time and gravity do it course (about 4 hours or overnight for the glue to really solidify) and then slowly and firmly try to unscrew the screw.
I strongly suggest you do not use a Dremel unless it is the absolute last resort. You risk cutting into any of the components around the screw.

Instead, dab
Dab a very small amount of superglue on the screw head, then rest the screwdriver on top of the screw -- try to prop it in the corner of a shelf, for example. Let time and gravity do it course (about 4 hours or overnight for the glue to really solidify) and then slowly and firmly try to unscrew the screw.
 
This procedure has worked four out of six times for me.

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I strongly suggest you '''do not'''do not use a Dremel unless it is the absolute last resort. You risk cutting into any of the components around the screw.
I strongly suggest you '''do not'''do not use a Dremel unless it is the absolute last resort. You risk cutting into any of the components around the screw.
 
Instead, dab a very small amount of superglue on the screw head, then rest the screwdriver on top of the screw -- try to prop it in the corner of a shelf, for example. Let time and gravity do it course (about 4 hours or overnight for the glue to really solidify) and then slowly and firmly try to unscrew the screw.
 
This procedure has worked four out of six times for me.

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Message d'origine par : Miroslav Djuric ,

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I strongly suggest you '''do not''' use a Dremel unless it is the absolute last resort. You risk cutting into any of the components around the screw.

Instead, dab a very small amount of superglue on the screw head, then rest the screwdriver on top of the screw -- try to prop it in the corner of a shelf, for example. Let time and gravity do it course (about 4 hours or overnight for the glue to really solidify) and then slowly and firmly try to unscrew the screw.

This procedure has worked four out of six times for me.

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