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Kenmore terminal block

I cannot losten the screws on my kenmore dryer terminal block

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    I have tried a 10-24 and a 5mm.......neither work

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Get some wd 40,spray on all 3 screws,tap eash screw lighty with screw driver and hammer then try to remove screws,also you can remove the blockscrew on each side and pull it out and get a btter grip on it,let me know-mike

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