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I have no idea how, but one of the arms came off of my winged nightmare. Normally I'd just glue it back in place, but it was pinned and the pin doesn't want to go back into the other hole. Is there an easy way to remove the pin? Am I better off just chopping the sticking out part off and redrilling the holes?
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With a pair of pliers you could give the pin a quick twist and it will crack the superglue. It could end up twisting the end of the pin off depending on what it's made of though.
There are products that will soften/remove superglue
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Drill out the hole where the pin should connect into. Use a knife to scrape off the glue from the pin.
That's about it. Trying to do what CBrate said has caused me much grief, since it tends to end with half of the pin breaking off and the other half staying in the hole. Very bad to happen on plastics, even worse on metals.