The problem is that either someone didn't use anti-seize or someone forced in the plugs wrong (or both) because I've had the jolliest time trying to remove them from this 2002 Nissan sentra 1.8. I actually resorted to using a breaker bar after wearing myself out on the first three plugs, and ended up snapping the plug to pieces. Then (to make matters worse) I watched a video on YouTube about using jb weld puddy to get a grip on a stripped plug (by stuffing your socket with the stuff, placing the socket on the plug, letting it set, then trying to remove) and ended up with a bunch of jb weld I the bottom of the well, dried and immovable. Now I can't even get my spark plug socket deep enough to grab the plug! I removed the the head because I wanted to change all the gaskets anyway so this picture is basically what I'm working with. Any help would be appreciated!
Note Picture one is of a clean well (cylinder#3) Picture two is of the debris that seems immovable.