Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated October 9, 2019)
While screws are perhaps one of the most easy to remove fasteners around, even they can become difficult and problematic over time. Removing stubborn screws can be so difficult that it is entirely common to hear screams of frustration when a person is faced with this situation. That being said, removing stubborn screws doesn't need to be as difficult as some people make it out to be. Just follow these instructions, and you will have that screw removed in almost no time at all.
Don't worry if you still weren't able to initially remove the screw. All you need to do is repeat steps two through five that are listed above. This time you will want to create a slightly larger guide hole, and use the next largest size of screw extractors. Remember that even though this is a relatively quick process, you really don't want to rush it. If you do you can end up causing more damage than you would have otherwise.
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