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06-03-2010 10:12 PM  7 years agoPost 1
antkonstas

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Well guys after i resolve the problem with the cyber head i have another one serious problem i cannot get out this screws in flybar i try everything give me a help please

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06-03-2010 10:21 PM  7 years agoPost 2
antkonstas

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i forgot kasama support in not responding

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06-03-2010 11:30 PM  7 years agoPost 3
NOLONGERFLYING

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Might be dremel time

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06-03-2010 11:31 PM  7 years agoPost 4
jprconstruction

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stick it in the frezzer then stick it in the oven at 250 c

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06-03-2010 11:33 PM  7 years agoPost 5
rexxigpilot

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Did you use loctite? Have you tried heating the screw? Is the hex head now stripped? More information is needed to help you here.

Give more details and you will get help.

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06-03-2010 11:41 PM  7 years agoPost 6
antkonstas

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Yes i use loctite when i assembly the seesaw control no the hex head is not striped and yes i try heating the screw nothing can make those two screws get out its a free play inside root bu i cannot get it out this is not normal ................................... 15 years and this is the first time happens

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06-03-2010 11:47 PM  7 years agoPost 7
jprconstruction

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dremel a slot in it after freezing and heating,then give it a sharp tap with a hammer striking the top of the screwdriver placed on the hex slot you just made,if this dont work you can buy some freeze spray that takes it down to liquid nitrogen temperatures.
rapidly heat it immediatly after taking it out of the freezer.needs to be in freezer overnight.metals are two different materials and should unlock as they expand and contract at different temperatures,aluminum melting point approx 1650,steel 1950 approx i think(not that you need to reach these temps)
hope this helps
john
desperately seeking to own a srimok but cant afford new.

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06-03-2010 11:51 PM  7 years agoPost 8
antkonstas

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i can try that but i am not sure it works ,guys how the hell did that happen i never seen it again all of my life.....

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06-03-2010 11:54 PM  7 years agoPost 9
jprconstruction

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if nothing works go a buy a carbide tipped drill from good local tool shop and drill out the head or take it to your local blacksmith(metalworker)he will piss it.
if you drill it make sure you secure it in vise or clamp,set drillm on slow speed and keep water in jug to cool drill,and drill square on with plenty of pressure.

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06-03-2010 11:58 PM  7 years agoPost 10
jprconstruction

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post it to me with 10 euros return post and i'll do it and post it back
to you
(full workshop facility)
i'm nice like that

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06-04-2010 12:06 AM  7 years agoPost 11
jprconstruction

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or you could try a screw extractor tool,its basically a backwards drill bit,when drilling you need to have a drill with an electronic trigger so you are turning the screw extractor at very low speeds.
screw extractors also are available at most good tool shops.

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06-04-2010 12:08 AM  7 years agoPost 12
antkonstas

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I try everythink

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06-04-2010 12:24 AM  7 years agoPost 13
tadawson

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i can try that but i am not sure it works ,guys how the hell did that happen i never seen it again all of my life.....
What Locktite product did you use? Red is designed to be permanent, and will do this pretty much every time. Use either medium strength blue or the wicking green for small parts (also med. strength - #290 IIRC?) and you will be go. Red is a definite no-no for stuff you plan to take apart again . . .

- Tim

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06-04-2010 12:28 AM  7 years agoPost 14
antkonstas

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It is a blue loctite and definitely it is medium strength ,also i use i many sensitives places with no problem at all

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06-04-2010 12:45 AM  7 years agoPost 15
tadawson

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Well, the only other thing I can observe, from looking at the condition of the screws, is that you need better hex keys! A good hex key that truly fits a fastener will *NOT* bugger it up like that . . . As others have said, slotting the hex head and a screwdriver may be an option at this point . . .

- Tim

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06-04-2010 04:50 AM  7 years agoPost 16
DALEPABAJO69

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mabe he used a lot of the blue loctite on the whole lenth of the bolt or mabe to much of it on the tip of the bolt to much on the tip will lock it in there pretty good.
I just use a dab of the stuff just enough so the bolt would'nt come loose becues of vibration at half way lenth of the bolt.
I'd go with a dremel and a very small fiberglass disc,they tend to get smaller as they wear out.and make the slot everyone else is adviseing,or you could try some small dremel Thungsten carbide bit for you'r application.

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06-04-2010 06:24 AM  7 years agoPost 17
hookmaker

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Been there tried that - this (unfortunately) is not unusual with the "kasama screws".
This is a fairly short screw, - carefully Dremel a slot and use a single blade screwdriver to carefully extract.

/henrik

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