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[* black] Insert wisdom hereUse a flathead screwdriver (the size depends on the size of the screw, but use the largest size that will fit in your cut) to remove the screw from the device.
[* icon_note] If you cannot fit a screwdriver into the cut, use the rotary tool to make the cut larger. Make only small cuts—if you cut off too much of the screw, a screwdriver will not catch and you will not be able to twist the screw
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[* black] Insert wisdom hereUse a flathead screwdriver (the size depends on the size of the screw, but use the largest size that will fit in your cut) to remove the screw from the device.
[* icon_note] If you cannot fit a screwdriver into the cut, use the rotary tool to make the cut larger. Make only small cuts—if you cut off too much of the screw, a screwdriver will not catch and you will not be able to twist the screw
.