Includes but not limited to: SNES, Genesis, Sega CD, PlayStation 1, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, Game Gear and I guess the Virtual Boy.
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I removed mine using the nasty pen trick: first you take out the pen ink cartridge, then you melt the pen tip and jab it into the hole, hopefully taking the shape of the screw (it may take a few tries to get it to work). I don't really like this method, but it is great if you have little to no tools to remove the screws!
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Gah, I have a couple pairs, but never thought of that (now that I have both gamebits )Triton wrote:+1 ive been using hemostats for years on the nintendo screws of suffering™budnespid wrote:hemostats