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#1
Re: Screw specification
Posted on: 2016/10/6 5:12
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The screws were all seized, and i had those cheap jewelry screwdrivers with slim metalic handles, with damaged head. I guess that my poor motor skills were not in my favor neither. I always find a way to skip a turn, even with the gamebit screws =/.

I guess i'll just exchange one of the board screw with the striped one, which i can still screw with bigger phillips screwdriver... And strenght...

I've already ask TheForce for his price, but oversea shipping is a bit dear. I'm waiting for HP's answer! That's a bummer you don't do them anymore. For what i've seen on youtube, your work looks incredibly good!
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#2
Re: Screw specification
Posted on: 2016/10/5 21:23
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Sorry. I wanted to modify my post and haven't found how.

The screw i'm talking is not a #4 1/2inch. It's 1/4inch long...
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#3
Re: Screw specification
Posted on: 2016/10/5 10:47
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Quote:

RunnerPack wrote:
LMSBTFY (let me search box that for you)

http://www.planetvb.com/modules/newbb ... t_id=29882#forumpost29882


Thank you!
I'll try them tomorrow

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RunnerPack wrote:
Also, it doesn't matter what heat-source you use, the "oven trick" is temporary and none-too-good for the display cable.


I know it's a temporary solution (Only 4month without a glitch), i simply think that a heat gun provides a better control on the heat and how uniform the heat is applied.

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RunnerPack wrote:
You're way better-off sending those to be soldered.

I'm actualy probing for some prices to get them soldered. Aren't you back into business?
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#4
Screw specification
Posted on: 2016/10/4 18:59
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Joined 2016/6/25
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Hi everybody!

I've searched the forum for this information, and i guess it'll take a miracle for me to have that info.

Short story, i've performed a reflow on my displays "Using a heat gun... Not an oven PLEASE" and i damage one of the phillips screws. And now i'm wondering what is the correct, size, lenght, thread, etc...

I'd need only one, but i could also buy them in bulk.

Any information would be appreciated!
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