I know you have heard this before, but here I go again:
Some of the screws on the back of the T4x are worn on the head ;
so the screwdriver doesn't have a grip to grab on to!
What is your recommendation?
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Or as a last resort: use a Dremel to cut into the head, so that a straight screwdriver fits into that.
The often mentioned use of rubber bands is just folklore.
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That is exactly the method I had read for larger screws, and
I was wondering how I could apply it for those tiny screws!!!
If the other two methods don't work, I am thinking of filling the cavity with
epoxy glue, and while still soft, I will place a straight screwdriver's tip inside
the glue and let it harden....and then..... fingers crossed...
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