Help removing pivot screw

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Help removing pivot screw

I have a ZT 0454 clone. The blade is off centre and the pivot screw is proprietary. Anyone has solutions?
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Ah, a proprietary screws.

I’ve opened plenty of these screws with this kit:

https://www.banggood.com/DANIU-25-in-1-Multi-purpose-Precision-Screwdriv...

Works really well actually.

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BlueSwordM wrote:
Ah, a proprietary screws.

I’ve opened plenty of these screws with this kit:

https://www.banggood.com/DANIU-25-in-1-Multi-purpose-Precision-Screwdriv...

Works really well actually.


How? None of the screw tips are triangular…

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Wait, were you speaking of only the small proprietary screw or both the small and big triangular one?

For the big one, I don’t really know what kind of screw this is. I do remember its shape, but I can’t remember its name.

If someone else can chime in and help, that would be very helpful.

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BlueSwordM wrote:
Wait, were you speaking of only the small proprietary screw or both the small and big triangular one?

For the big one, I don’t really know what kind of screw this is. I do remember its shape, but I can’t remember its name.

If someone else can chime in and help, that would be very helpful.


the large triangular one. i have torque screws for the rest

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