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Use a screwdriver with a larger diameter handle to develop more torque. I found this out by using this driver and then trying to use a smaller shaft driver: http://www.ifixit.com/Tools/26-Bit-Driver-Kit/IF145-028Ifhttp://www.ifixit.com/Tools/26-Bit-Driver-Kit/IF145-028 you still can't get the screws out take it outside and use your compressed air to blow out the fan.
Use a screwdriver with a larger diameter handle to develop more torque. I found this out by using this driver and then trying to use a smaller shaft driver: http://www.ifixit.com/Tools/26-Bit-Driver-Kit/IF145-028Ifhttp://www.ifixit.com/Tools/26-Bit-Driver-Kit/IF145-028 you still can't get the screws out take it outside and use your compressed air to blow out the fan.

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Use a screwdriver with a larger diameter handle to develop more torque. IfI found this out by using this driver and then trying to use a smaller shaft driver: http://www.ifixit.com/Tools/26-Bit-Driver-Kit/IF145-028If you still can't get the screws out take it outside and use your compressed air to blow out the fan.
Use a screwdriver with a larger diameter handle to develop more torque. IfI found this out by using this driver and then trying to use a smaller shaft driver: http://www.ifixit.com/Tools/26-Bit-Driver-Kit/IF145-028If you still can't get the screws out take it outside and use your compressed air to blow out the fan.

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Original post by mayer,

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Use a screwdriver with a larger diameter handle to develop more torque. If you still can't get the screws out take it outside and use your compressed air to blow out the fan.

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