Originally Posted by investinwaffles
Yea, im not the most mechanically inclined kid. Im going to go there on the weekend and see if it will fit the screws. If worse comes to worse, i will take it somewhere to get it professionally repaired
The Screw-outs at sears are great, just keep a steady hand. Here is how you used them (disclaimer,
, this for typically larger applications) Use a small drill bit to make a "pit" in the screw, we are looking for a bed for the "screw-out". Here is how the crew out works, you put the drill in reverse, HOWEVER, the 'screw out' is reverse threaded, so it should catch in the bed you made and while it tries to bore into the old screw, the old screw begins to rotate out. but remember, the screw is probably in a plastic seat, so be carfull. Good luck, and tell us how it goes!!!