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Topic # 229234 14-Feb-2018 08:59
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I've just bought an mSATA drive, but it didn't come with any screws :-(

 

Does anybody have a few spare, or know where I could source them? From the interweb it looks like they should be M2 x 3 or 4, or M1.6.


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  Reply # 1956761 14-Feb-2018 09:06
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anzor fastners?


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  Reply # 1956773 14-Feb-2018 09:32
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anzor fastners? - don't seem to have

 

PBTech - those screws are much larger than I need. an mSATA drive has TINT screws!

 

Hopefully sourced some but won't know for sure until I have tested them.


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  Reply # 1956833 14-Feb-2018 10:17
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Last time I needed screws, I went to my local computer place and fosicked through their bin of leftovers.




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  Reply # 1956843 14-Feb-2018 10:22
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Yep - any PC store with a service facility such as PBTech must have a bin of them.


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  Reply # 1956859 14-Feb-2018 10:27
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Where abouts are you? I have a bag of bits and bogs that should have what you are after. I am in wellington. 

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1957035 14-Feb-2018 13:02
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Yeah, I've got a jar full of teeny tiny screws if you want to look ... also in Wellington.


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  Reply # 1957045 14-Feb-2018 13:18
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What is it with Wellington geeks and hoarding jars of screws?  :-D

 

 


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  Reply # 1958296 14-Feb-2018 20:10
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Ok , i’ll Join the party:-),
I have an Ice cream tub full of screws left over from Tv wall mounts ,
Wellington screw collectors club

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  Reply # 1958345 14-Feb-2018 22:13
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I'm in - I too have several jars and containers of random small screws, in Wellington:)

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  Reply # 1958357 14-Feb-2018 22:46
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I have seen at Wellington Pbtech had a box of free screws, just random ones.  Jaycar do sell them though if more convenient




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  Reply # 1958401 15-Feb-2018 08:04
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Thanks all. It seems ALL THE SCREWS are in Wellington :-)

 

I dropped by the local PC store (I'm not in Wellington) and got the smallest screws they had, which I think are M2. They are too big, so I'm picking up some smaller ones tonight...hoping for the right thread etc.


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  Reply # 1958402 15-Feb-2018 08:05
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Well, all the LOOSE screws are, for sure! :-D

 

 




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  Reply # 1960081 18-Feb-2018 22:17
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Sorted thanks all. Thread can be closed.

 

Managed to source some that fit, with a bit of encouragement. 


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