3 Step Screw Extractor - 4 Piece Set

Product # 155111
4 piece all-in-one screw extractor set to remove stripped screws fast.

Carefully read all instructions for best performance

- Designed for use with any variable speed, reversible drill with a 3/8 in chuck
- DO NOT USE with Impact Drivers
- Use to remove most screw types including Phillips, Square Recess, Slot, Hex and TORX headed sheet metal, mechanical and wood screws and bolts up to 2 in in length
- Not recommended for drywall, sheetrock or gyprock screws
- Bits numbered 1 through 3 can be used with standard quick change chucks or bit holders for fast and efficient use.
- All-in-One Screw Extractors are reusable

Tips: For hard to remove screws or bolts or if the bit slips when trying to extract the screw, drill out the screw head an additional 1/16 in in depth or try moving up a bit size and repeating the Drill Out, Flip and Extract process outlined below. Be careful not to drill out the screw head too much, as this could significantly damage the integrity of the screw head.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Product #
155111
Brand
Mibro
Type of Tool
Screw extractor
Length
8.5 in
Height
0.6 in
Width
5.5 in

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DISCLAIMER

STEP 1: DRILL OUT

a) Make sure the work piece is secure and will not move.
b) Insert the appropriate sized All-in-One Screw Extractor into the drill chuck with the drill end exposed.
c) Set the drill on REVERSE (counter clockwise).
d) Position the drill end of the Screw Extractor in the center of the damaged screw head. Drill slowly while applying firm pressure in a straight line that matched the extraction angle of the screw. The new pilot hole should be 1/16 in to 1/8 in deep smooth and free of burrs.

STEP 2: FLIP

a) Remove the All-in-One Screw Extractor from the drill chuck (careful it may be hot from drilling).
b) Flip the extractor and secure it into the drill chuck so that the threaded end of the All-in-One Screw Extractor is available.

STEP 3: EXTRACT

a) Set the drill on REVERSE (counter clockwise).
b) Place the threaded end of the All-in-One Screw Extractor into the pilot hole just made in the head of the damaged screw.
c) Apply firm pressure while reversing at SLOW speed. Faster speeds will cause the pilot hole to be stripped. Continue the extraction at a slow and even speed until the screw is completely removed.
d) If the screw remains stuck to the All-in-One Screw Extractor after removal carefully tap the screw on a hard surface or remove the All-in-One Screw Extractor from the drill chuck and use pliers to separate the screw from the extractor.