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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2006 5:31 pm 
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hello everyone, i have a problem, and am not very handy.
i am trying to remove my tv from its floor stand, to mount it on the wall.
one of the screws has been rounded off and i cant get it out, any ideas?
in return i can give you tips on making soufflé etc
i am a german chef.
thankyou for any help you are able to give.

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yes hold the head of the screw in some pliers and then turn it


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You can either:

1: cut it off with a hacksaw!
2: drill it out with a sharp HSS drill bit and a powerful hand drill
3: buy a set of these - http://www.screwfix.com/app/sfd/cat/lrg ... l&ts=12301
4: throw the tv outof the window and buy a new one. Only joking!!

I've a set of no.3. They work great and are dead handy to have around.

Good luck with it...let us know how you get on.


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thats what i am looking for, thanks guys, will let you know how i get on.
tim`ll fix it, i cant actually get to the head, but thanks, did think of throwing it out of the window, but it cost quite a bit of money, (plasma)
thanks everyone, brilliant site. will be back,

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My pleasure sir. Look forward to you posting the instructions for the prefect souffle. :cyclopsani:

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