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Brass nut 3 nuts hold the windshield on. I was adding trim and must have put the last screw in at ever the slight angle. Noe I can't get a screw in very far. Do I replace the brass insert?

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Remove the screw and throw it out. Run a tap throeugh the brass fitting to clean up the threads. Install a new screw.

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