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    I was thinking along the lines of what you suggest.

    I haven't found the right tool yet. Most of the places in town don't have it. Out of about a dozen places I either visited or phoned, only one guy even knew what a Bristol wrench is. Then he quickly said, "Nope, don't have it."

    Probably going to just break down and order the damn thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Worker 11811 View Post
    I was thinking along the lines of what you suggest.

    I haven't found the right tool yet. Most of the places in town don't have it. Out of about a dozen places I either visited or phoned, only one guy even knew what a Bristol wrench is. Then he quickly said, "Nope, don't have it."

    Probably going to just break down and order the damn thing.
    Have you tried precision flat-head screwdrivers? That's all I used.

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    I haven't because it looks like the screw head is partially stripped from somebody else trying to use an Allen key. I'll need to use the correct tool to get the screws out then replace them with new ones.
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    At first, I thought that too, but when I got in there, the flathead did the trick and they weren't very tight.

    Maybe they just "look" that way, and because an Allen key doesn't fit at all might add to the illusion.

    I don't remember if I had tried before. I've had the thing long enough that I would have.

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