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  Topic Started By:  the_chocoholic    On:  Tue 20th September, 2005 at 16:42
the_chocoholic
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 5,772
La Clusaz
#1  Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 16:42
GAH! I can't get my binding screw undone.

Any good tips for making it come loose?
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fat-russ
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 547
Auchtermuchty, Fife
#2  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 16:48
Try running a little WD40 down the screw and leave it a couple of hours and try again
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the_chocoholic
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La Clusaz
#3  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 16:52
Brilliant - cheers for that Fat Russ
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WELSHPHILL
Member Since: 2004
Posts: 297
MERIBEL, FRANCE
#4  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 17:53
put a suitably sized screwdriver in the screw head and then give it two or three sharp hits with a hammer (the screwdriver that is) while applyin a "undo it" type pressure this should jolt the threads into being co-operative....
unless you're a lezzer n den dey neva cum loose
GO HARD OR GO HOME!!
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mista
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The sticks
#5  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 18:38
No-one coming up with any "good hard screw" jokes...

I'm apalled (sp? )
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the_chocoholic
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La Clusaz
#6  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 18:49
Binding screw all done now. Whilst rummaging for WD40, I found a bigger, better screwdriver that did the trick. Phill, I have too much stuff and not enough room. Jess has hit the booze, so I have to somehow get my board bag into my car, which it doesn't fit in, so this will involve putting the top down and looking like a dickhead at night. Still, both boards are in it )

Anyway, more packing to do before then.

Mista, I expected more from you than that lame reply. Do you respect me or something?
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mista
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The sticks
#7  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 21:42
What did you expect exactly?
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the_chocoholic
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La Clusaz
#8  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 21:49
I expected the unexpected.
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mista
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The sticks
#9  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 21:51
And you didn't get it...

Do you get my point?
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the_chocoholic
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La Clusaz
#10  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 22:02
Yeah, I geddit. Yet I am still unsatisfied.
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mista
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The sticks
#11  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 22:04
Well I would say sorry but I doubt that would satisfy you much either, so I wont bother :P

What would satisfy you?
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mista
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The sticks
#13  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 22:09
What's the average length and girth of a hamsters member tech? :P
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mista
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The sticks
#15  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 22:19
Anyway choco what you up to? I thought you were packing the other day
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the_chocoholic
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La Clusaz
#16  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 22:19
Not sure I've ever been satisfied...
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mista
Member Since: 2004
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The sticks
#17  Re: Stuck binding screw  20 Sep '05 at 22:21

Originally posted by techmonkey


I really don't want to know! You're sick in the heed!

As full of love for the world as ever I see tech!
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