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    Toothpicks and perhaps a bit of white glue will restore the screw holes.

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    I'm intending on using milliput black epoxy putty. Seems good and hard when cured and is sticky when first mixed. I'm not quite sure why i don't like the idea of superglue/whiteglue and matchsticks like what seems to be recommended all over the place.
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    Epoxy isn't reversable, and if the repair needs to be re-done at some point, epoxy will be difficult to work with.
    In a small hole that isn't perfectly clean it probably won't hold any better than wood and white glue.

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