Almost nothing is more frustrating: You get halfway through drilling a hole and the drill bit snaps off. The resulting stub seems hopelessly stuck. Fortunately, small tools have been specifically designed to remove broken bits. You probably already have one of them in your tool box. Simple locking pliers are the typical remedy for broken bits. If that doesn't work, get your hands on a set of screw extractors. Also known as easy-outs, these conical, reverse threaded bits can remove even the most stubborn broken bits, using a tapered drill bit that has a reverse thread.
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