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No a regular T8 won't work, unless you bust the center pin out in the TT8 screw. A better way to do it is to get a small flat head, one that will fit across two points. To clarify, there are 6 points in the Torx star. Lets number them 1,2,3...and so on clockwise. You want the flat head to fit between points 1 and 3, sliding just above the tamper pin. Without a TT8 bit, this is the best way to remove the screws without messing them up.
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-*** Sorry didn't realize it was a 2010, so Dan is right you don't need a TT8 for that one, just the newer models.***
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+* Sorry didn't realize it was a 2010, so Dan is right you don't need a TT8 for that one, just the newer models.

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No a regular T8 won't work, unless you bust the center pin out in the TT8 screw. A better way to do it is to get a small flat head, one that will fit across two points. To clarify, there are 6 points in the Torx star. Lets number them 1,2,3...and so on clockwise. You want the flat head to fit between points 1 and 3, sliding just above the tamper pin. Without a TT8 bit, this is the best way to remove the screws without messing them up.
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+***EDIT***
+*** Sorry didn't realize it was a 2010, so Dan is right you don't need a TT8 for that one, just the newer models.***

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No a regular T8 won't work, unless you bust the center pin out in the TT8 screw. A better way to do it is to get a small flat head, one that will fit across two points. To clarify, there are 6 points in the Torx star. Lets number them 1,2,3...and so on clockwise. You want the flat head to fit between points 1 and 3, sliding just above the tamper pin. Without a TT8 bit, this is the best way to remove the screws without messing them up.

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