Cracked grub screw in toilet turn knob door handle

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Hi,

Maybe a basic question but any idea how to remove this cracked grub screw? I can’t find a way of getting it out. This is preventing me from removing the door handle.

I’ve tried a few Allan/hex keys and a smaller key whilst packing in round it. Nothing has worked.

Many thanks
 

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So what happens when you stick an allen key of the right size in the hole and turn it? Are you saying it won't turn?
 
I have a couple of identical handles in other toilets in the house and the grub screws turn ok (not cracked).

Short of sawing it off I don’t know how to get the handle off.

The reason I need to remove it is the screws are loose and also it needs oiling as the handle is stiff
 
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If you put a left-handed drill in the socket head of the screw, running anticlockwise, it will probably wind out the remains of the screw by a combination of torque, heat and vibration.

If not you can drill it right out.
 

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