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Seeking help: Removing T-Latch

kenneth Sep 2, 2019

  1. kenneth

    kenneth Little member

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    Hi guys, was hoping I could get some advice/tips for removing this T-Latch off my AA I acquired ~9years ago. I finally decided to use it and not safequeen it.... and I "accidentally" kinda/sorta/definitely stripped the head of the screw for the latch. i'm an idiot. Any advice is muchmuchmuch appreciated!
     
  2. Linos

    Linos baliholickydexbender JDBA Official Member Knife Maker or Craftsman

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    left hand drill bit
     
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  3. senseicharles

    senseicharles JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

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    This :iagree:
     
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  4. kenneth

    kenneth Little member

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    Thanks for the tip, but it didn't seem to work for me. There was too much gunk build up or something. I ended up using a drill bit and drilled and drilled until the screw head detached from the threading--Success! But now I can't get the leftovers out of the end piece.. oh well!
     
  5. Samb

    Samb Average Member

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    Try a big hammer.
     
  6. Shawnjohn999999

    Shawnjohn999999 Average Member

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    Not a safe queen anymore.
     

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