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@chanadler I was having the exact same problem today and I thought I was done for. However I was able to successfully get the screw out using needle nose pliers and a small flat head screwdriver.

Essentially I used the needle nose pliers to rip out the thin plastic which surrounds the screw hole.


My original intention was to use the pliers to get a hold on the screw, but that quickly proved to be impossible. Then as a last ditch attempt, I used the small screwdriver as a lever to get purchase on the now exposed side of the screw.


If the gif above doesn't play you can see it my very shoddy but effective attempt here: