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    Curve disassembly?

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    Which kind of screwdriver is needed to remove the faceplate? Does anyone have any pics of disassembly as well?
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    *edit.. what size torx?
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    Re: Curve disassembly?

    On the main homepage for pinstack there is actually a video of step-by-step directions showing you how to take the Curve apart and which tools to use

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    Re: Curve disassembly?

    Be super careful Brooke...don't harm the BB!
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    Re: Curve disassembly?

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~does anyone know which torx bit to use? I'm on my bb so can't see the video

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    Re: Curve disassembly?

    should be a T6 torx driver, radio shack or even home depot should get ya what ya need

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    Re: Curve disassembly?

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~radio shack didn't have

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    Re: Curve disassembly?

    home depot sells a small kit with T6 through T15 see if they have it
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    Re: Curve disassembly?

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~t5! Found it!

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    T5? sorry bout the wrong info:cry:

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~np boyfriend saved the day! Lol

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    Re: Curve disassembly?

    You will actually need a smaller torx driver when you get past the faceplate. I found a electronics repair kit at Radio Shack that worked can't remember the name but it cost 29.99. Hope this helps.

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    Re: Curve disassembly?

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~Home depot has a single driver (made by Husky) that has a T2 or 3 through a T8 (or something close to that range) interchangeable bits that store in the handle. I love mine but can't check on the exact sizes (but something close like that) as I am not at home at the moment.

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    I just picked up one of those, $7 and it did the trick. It was kinda hard to find- like most stuff in HD- but the model# is: Husky HD-74502 X
    I'd give you the sku# but I already tossed out the package it came in. Good luck!

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    Thanks for the infor. I didn't know what size screw the curve use either. I'm stopping by home depot tomorrow.

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    I just watched the video that you how to disasmbled the curve and you will need T5 and 6 screwdrivers.

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