Broke small phillips screw head off the end of dremel
I tightened the small phillips screw on the end of the dremel to tighten down a circular sanding piece. I tightened too much and the head of the screw broke off. Is it possible to remove the screw that has almost nothing sticking out now? Pete
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loosen the screw on the top of the mandrel. pull drum off rubber insert. the mandrel works by expanding and creating pressure on the sanding drum when screw is tightened. it does take a little pressure
There are different handles depending on serial number. The older of the two is at the top of the door. The screws are covered with a magnetic trim piece. You can remove this by putting tape on the chrome and pull up. You can then tighten the nuber two phillips head screws. The newer model is on the door itself. These are held on with small set screws accessed from the bottom of the handle. You may get by just tightening the set screws. If not you need to remove the handle by removing the set screws. You can then tighten the standoff and reatach the handle. For the 632 same procedure except it will be on the side.
Hi, Consult your user manual for the instructions to install a new belt. Follow these instructions selectively to tighten the belt tension. Here they are....
CHANGING DRIVE BELT
Using a phillips head screwdriver, remove the two screws in the center of the pulley cover. Remove the cover. Raise sanding belt to the vertical sanding position. Next, loosen the hex head set screw. Raising the motor pulley releases the belt tension. Remove the old drive belt. Fit the new drive belt on the drive pulley first and then on the motor pulley. Test belt tension by squeezing the belt with your fingers. Adjust the belt tension with the hex head set screw until there is about 1/4 in. (6 mm) of give. Tighten the belt tension nut securely. Note: Excessive tightness on the drive belt may cause increased noise and overload the motor. Excessive looseness on the drive belt may cause the drive belt to fail prematurely and make a severe chattering noise. Using a phillips head screwdriver, reinstall the pulley cover and the two phillips head screws. Tighten securely.
the temp control knobs have little plastic tabs over the hot and cold handles. To remove them take a flat blade screw driver( small with sharp head) or a small pen knife( cover drain with a wash cloth and pop the tabs off
Take a medium size phillips screw driver and tighten the screw
Put tab back o and you are done
If they work loos again remov e tabs, screws put loctite ( You can get a small tube for m ace or hd) screw threads and tighten
Temp control knob either has same tab or has a hex type of set screw or has a large lock nut
use a channel lock pliars over nut ( protect chrome finish by putting washcloth over then put wrench over cloth
You mentioned heads I am assuming shower head you need to use an adjuatible wrench to turn the nut (at head) and a vice rip or chanel locks over washcloth around the eustaceon ( chrome pipe coming out of wall
If you have teflon tape put that on the threads of showr head and tighten
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I was having the same problem with my Monogram dishwasher and oven.
Here's what to do.
You must fully remove the handle from the appliance.
Down the barrel of the standoff is a hex screw that, when tightened with an allen wrench, will draw the standoff tight to the handle again.
There is no need to remove the end caps.