#3
stripped as in no-screwdriver-will-get-a-grip-of-it?

try using something to pinch it with, like a pair of tongs(sp)

if that won't work I'll usually take a low-diameter drill and carefully drill the screw away
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#5
torch/grind it off thats what i do when i strip anything on a car lol
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#7
use a saw, cut a chunk of wood out along with said screw, get a new piece of wood to tape on when finished.
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#8
Use maybe a saw (depending on the location) to make it a flat head and then just screw it up out. If that don't work then they sell drill bits for made for removal of bad screws.
#9
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Shim something under it and pop it out? I don't know.

that would mess up the threads in the wood and he would have to put a bigger screw in.
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1978 alverez acoustic
Peavey valveking 100 head
line 6 4-12 cabinet
EVH flange, wilson q-wah, boss chorus ensemble, dunlop brick power supply
#11
Get a pair of pliers on it you idiot.
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#15
If you have a Dremel tool you can use the smaller 'blade' looking thing to cut an x into the screw. Be careful as sparks will fly and small metal shavings will be in the air. After you cut the X you can then use a phillips screwdriver to get it out.