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Topic # 8019 28-May-2006 20:34
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Hi all,

Does anyone know where I could get one of these 5 pointed star (not Torx) screwdrivers? I've looked at DSE and my existing cellphone set has everything but that one :( I've got 2 dodgy GX30i's and I want to get one working one

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Reply # 36930 28-May-2006 20:35
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Are they not just T6 screws



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Reply # 36932 28-May-2006 20:41
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It's a 5 star screw. Torx = 6

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 36933 28-May-2006 20:43
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They are for sale everywhere Dick Smiths must have them


Ask another sales person thats BS



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Reply # 36936 28-May-2006 20:48
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Let's face it....most of the people that work there are morons. Wink

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Reply # 36937 28-May-2006 20:53
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5 star 6 star

Spot the difference....  The 5 star screw driver is hard to find.

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Reply # 36939 28-May-2006 20:57
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DoggNZ: Let's face it....most of the people that work there are morons. Wink


You got that right

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Reply # 36967 29-May-2006 09:30
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Torx screwdrivers are easy to find... The 5 point star ones aren't that readily available

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Reply # 36968 29-May-2006 09:36
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Jaycar part number TD-2099
1 x Y type driver
2 x 5 groove drivers
1 x 6 groove driver (T4)




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Reply # 36987 29-May-2006 12:08
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Can't find that set on www.jaycar.co.nz Frown

I can use a small flat blade one from my precision set but it isn't ideal....

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