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Old 01-11-19, 10:06 PM
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@gugie Put a little natural bees wax on the screw. It works like a bit of loctite but without the lock. It also helps a slippy Phillips screwdriver, stick the point of the screwdriver in a block of beeswax and spin it a bit so that some sticks to the cross pieces of the point and then use it, it helps prevent the slipping.
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