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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?
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Possible if you have a drill bit smaller than the screw and you can try drilling in reverse. Might be better just to replace the mandrel though.

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