I began disassembling my Boler
for the first time this weekend, as I plan to remove the paint
the PO applied and polish them.
While removing the screws that hold the frame together (two screws at each corner of window), one of the heads sheared off leaving the rest of the screw in the frame. Doh!
It appears the screw was installed a bit sideways jamming it in the aluminum flange it is supposed to sit in, so I'm guessing this is why it broke.
Now, to figure out how to remove the remaining bit. I can't image drilling out a steel screw in an aluminum frame would be wise, as I assume I'll end up destroying the softer aluminum. Would it make sense to heat the aluminum and bend it out of the way to remove the screw, and then bend it back? Help!?