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Titel:

best tool for standoff screws - stuck standoff screws

Tekst:

Hi,

Been reading posts on the standoff screws and removal of the screws when looking to remove the logic board.

I have been using a small flat head screw driver to remove these however I have been coming across some extremely tight screws which when using this method, I end up spending a good 30-60 mins removing two screws as the force needed to move them means the flat head driver slips,

Does/has anyone come across this problem at all? is there a tool that people use specifically for these screws? i've read about grinding down a phillips screwdriver to make it flat to get a good ground in all four connections. what do people think?

Thank you

Danny

Apparaat:

iPhone 5

Status:

open

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342707

Origineel bericht door: danny ,

Titel:

best tool for standoff screws - stuck standoff screws

Tekst:

Hi,

Been reading posts on the standoff screws and removal of the screws when looking to remove the logic board.

I have been using a small flat head screw driver to remove these however I have been coming across some extremely tight screws which when using this method, I end up spending a good 30-60 mins removing two screws as the force needed to move them means the flat head driver slips,

Does/has anyone come across this problem at all? is there a tool that people use specifically for these screws? i've read about grinding down a phillips screwdriver to make it flat to get a good ground in all four connections. what do people think?

Thank you

Danny

Apparaat:

iPhone 5

Status:

open