Someone wiser than I will likely chime in here soon. I believe it was GB that said not too long ago that you should boil (yes BOIL) the casting in water. The cast body and brass jet have different expansion rates, therefore, the jet should come out MUCH easier when it is hot. Not sure how long you would have to boil it, but I would think long enough to heat the unit all the way through. Of course, this will only work if you have enough left of the jet for a screwdriver or other tool to grab onto. Also believe it was GB who recommends a gunsmith"s screwdriver to do jets as they have a straight head (not wedge shaped). You can grind a wedge shaped one down if you have one to spare. Other than this, I don"t know what to tell you, my rebuild on my N went really smooth (Knock on wood!). Good Luck!
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