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Old January 13, 2013, 06:47 PM   #3
hogdogs
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Using a sharp pick type tip, try to get it in the middle of it's movement... then try magnet but spin magnet counter clockwise as the wrench likely got some twist before it snapped... I have used a drop of super glue on a punch tip if some of the broken tool protruded above screw top...

Use a solvent to clean surfaces and vaseline or other light grease carefully applied to non offending surrounding surfaces in case you went heavy on the glue...

It is tedious but has worked a couple times as a last resort when welding to the offending broken tool is not possible...

Brent
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