I'm trying to dissassemble electric teapot I bought some time ago at
Target, out of 3 screws keeping the bottom of the device 1 is quite
strange - screwdriver for it would look like double-toothed fork. What
is a proper name for such a screwdriver/screw and where one can
poissibly get it from?
On 17 Aug 2006 12:56:45 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Like a standard screwdriver with a notch in the middle of the blade.
I've seen some strange ones like that. They're called "security
screws". I got this
screwdriver set, which includes bits for various kinds of security
Yes, spanner bits are included in this one as well, but I'm going to
buy a smaller set for a while:
And online they have them marked down to $2.99. I just got a set
through Amazon, but I'm tempted to get a few from HF just for the
[$7 shipping up to $14.99-- so if I got 4 I'd still be under $20 and
not have to leave home. ]
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