fsj wrote:Thank you. The manuals aren't very clear and don't seem to show a picture or explain it very well. It will prove tricky to put it back with old eyes and not so steady hands. I'll let you know when I've done it. Thanks again!
Yes you should be ok as it goes into the hole a fair way before it needs any screwing in. Sometimes they slip down quite far as its not really a full thread contact. You could do with a micro screwdriver set which are fairly cheap.
A blob of blue tac is handy to hold it in your hand as you place it in. You get the hang of it after its done once and becomes quite easy to get in and out.
You have to be careful because if it hits the floor you will have a job finding it. Ive ended up with a bike light shining on the floor on at least one occasion. It's also probably the most expensive grub screw you will ever own