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What type of screws does the DualShock 4 use?

I was replacing my thumb sticks when i noticed 2 of the screws are rusted and one of them got stripped.

My question is what are the demotions of the screws and where can i buy them?

thanks for the help.

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Gary, the screws are actually M2X6 Phillips flat head machine screws. The 6mm is a reference to the length of the screw, M2 is metric 2mm thread. Something like this should work. Hope this helps, good luck.

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Thank you very much. I'll try them my only concern is that the screws have a cone shaped head and the DualShock 4 screws are completely flat,Guess I'll find out if they work.

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Hey mate, the DualShock 4 uses, 6.0 mm phillips #00 screws.

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ok thanks but i cant seem to find any that would work on the DualShock 4 any ideas where i can get them?

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if i understand correctly 6.0mm is the length of the screw then what is the diameter? any screws that i do find are the cone shaped flat heads.

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Um, I've had a look around and sadly I can't find 6.0 mm phillips #00 screws anywhere, I can only locate DualShock 3 screws as of the moment and they are 7.2 mm phillips #0 screws. My only other idea is if you tried a hobby/electronics shop.

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I know there hard to find, I'll have a look around if i find them maybe i'll sell them on ebay for those still looking. I wanted to find them online to make it easier to share with others, thank you for spending the time to look.

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My best measurements indicate the diameter of the screws are 76 mil and the thread pitch is 40TPI.

I've read from multiple sources that M2 by 6mm (metric) screws work well, as the fitting it is being threaded into is plastic, I'd imagine it is quite flexible. I've ordered stainless M2 screws myself to give it a go. Unfortunately I can't find anything that even resembles these screws from any standard.

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I do not know what screwdriver to use

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Gary will be eternally grateful.
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