|Nov 5, 2006, 05:53 AM||#1|
iBook Alan key?
I have an iBook G3, and I notice there are small screw type fittings on the side of the screen.
Does anyone know if there is a tool available that would fit these screws as I need to check connections to the screen.
|Nov 5, 2006, 07:57 AM||#3|
they're called "Torx" screws, in this case a #T8, (some folks call them "star" screws) But go to lowes or home depot & get a 6 or 8pc set, since you'll encounter more than one size if you are going beyond the lcd in your disassembly.
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