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Old 09-26-2013, 12:42 PM
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Hi Joe...

The soldering sounds like a good idea, still not sure if the screw will grab on to it though.

I was wondering about the screwdriver type you mentioned. I have some tiny screwdrivers, don't know if they're "jewelers" or not. The one I'm using is in the jpg attachment.

Is that the sort you're talking about? In any case, one with a wider handle would be, um, handy

Thanks again!
Erf, Yes, that's a basic "jewelers" flat blade screwdriver, and it usually works pretty well. Your next option is the local hardware or auto parts store and purchase a 1/16 inch flat blade screwdriver, and try the solder.
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