If the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.
I have a problem:
The Refrigerator has a screw that I can't get out.
The screw is thru the central Rack Support and it just spins, the fastener behind the rack support is broken and it spins merrily away.
It is/was a JIS screw, and I have the proper JIS screw drivers.... but, if the fastener behind the surface is broken, how to get the screw out?
I have tried a small Vice Grip to no avail, the screw head tapers too fast for that tool to grab hold.
None of the drill bits I have will make a dent in the screw head, they burn up, edge rounds off.
Tried to use a long, small, flat screwdriver to get under the head, and jam the screw... sort of works, but the hardened head burns up the drill bits.
I tried a Dremel tool and it makes lot of sparks, but not much else.
Here is where it is now....... why am I doing this? The refrigerator temp sensors are bad, and I need to remove the rack, to remove the cover over the sensors.
The bigger hammer idea is not appropriate here, this is our nice "looks like new" Samsung French door Fridge/Freezer
SWMBO says we cannot tear up the rack and panel.