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Old 09-18-2011, 03:07 AM
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Originally Posted by wilkaumo View Post
Like Broholland, the thumb screw snapped in half. Got the parts, the thumb screw and matching nut-just in case. Any suggestions on how to remove the broken thumb screw, which is captive in the tray, and replace it with the new one?
Thanks!
You can remove the broken piece of the thumb screw by simply starting a self tapping screw into it. Then slowly remove the self tapping screw and the broken piece will turn out with the friction of the screw.

You can remove the 'nut' by squeezing the square sections and pulling.

Hope this helps... Glenn
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