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Old 10-25-2020, 01:17 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me what type of screw bit they used for the outside cover to the furnace? I have a whole torx set and none of them fit those screws. Is there another type torx i'm not aware of?

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Old 10-25-2020, 01:28 PM   #2
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I think itís a #2 square...somebody will correct me if Iím wrong.
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#2 Robertson square bit. Invest in some bits and screwdrivers. You will need them.
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Old 10-25-2020, 02:27 PM   #4
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#2 Robertson square bit. Invest in some bits and screwdrivers. You will need them.
They must have changed them because it is definitely not a square bit. And I have several different bit sets.

Itís some sort of torx bit but none of the torx bits fit it though.
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They must have changed them because it is definitely not a square bit. And I have several different bit sets.

Itís some sort of torx bit but none of the torx bits fit it though.

Does it need a torx with the hole in the middle?
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Does it need a torx with the hole in the middle?
No, just regular torx looking
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These are the torx bits I was talking about. This is a security bit set. If you can take a pic of the screw head it would help get more responses.
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These are the torx bits I was talking about. This is a security bit set. If you can take a pic of the screw head it would help get more responses.
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Yes it is a torn but not a security torx. Itís just like itís some odd size torx and not a normal torx size.
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Maybe security tip?


https://www.mechanicalbooster.com/20...ewdrivers.html
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It ended up being a dang 8 point star, double square, whatever you want to call it instead of a 6 point torx
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