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Redragon K530 Draconic

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13 minutes ago, Meczox_ said:

It might be the screwdriver cus it a really old one could that be a problem ?

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I'm not convinced the age of a screwdriver impairs its function?

If it were damaged, on the other hand, then I could see it being an issue.

 

If my previous post was lacking in clarity, perhaps an image might help:

 

20210610_073248.jpg

Phillips Screwdrivers

Left: #0 Size. Right: #1 Size.

I commonly use the #0 for keyboards, and #1 for larger appliances/PC building.

So i want to add foam in my Redragon K530 but when i tried to unscrew with my phillips head it didn’t work is the screwdriver not the right size its the one i use for building my pc sorry if I’m asking really dump question and if it’s different can i see whats the screwdriver for it called

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Hey there.

1 hour ago, Meczox_ said:

when i tried to unscrew with my phillips head it didn’t work is the screwdriver not the right size its the one i use for building my pc

Looked up a teardown of the Redragon K530, and it seems to use standard Phillips screws.

If a Phillips #1 Screwdriver is too large, try a Phillips #0 Screwdriver. The #0 has a slightly smaller head, which should work with the board's screws.

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2 minutes ago, Eschew said:

Hey there.

Looked up a teardown of the Redragon K530, and it seems to use standard Phillips screws.

If a Phillips #1 Screwdriver is too large, try a Phillips #0 Screwdriver. The #0 has a slightly smaller head, which should work with the board's screws.

It might be the screwdriver cus it a really old one could that be a problem ?

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13 minutes ago, Meczox_ said:

It might be the screwdriver cus it a really old one could that be a problem ?

😅...

I'm not convinced the age of a screwdriver impairs its function?

If it were damaged, on the other hand, then I could see it being an issue.

 

If my previous post was lacking in clarity, perhaps an image might help:

 

20210610_073248.jpg

Phillips Screwdrivers

Left: #0 Size. Right: #1 Size.

I commonly use the #0 for keyboards, and #1 for larger appliances/PC building.

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Keeb Weeb LinksCustom Mechanical Keyboards | #KeebWeebClub

'Chew Builds: Hoshī (PC) | Eighty #391 (Keeb) | R2-968 (Keeb) | MGK64 (Keeb)

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21 minutes ago, Eschew said:

😅...

I'm not convinced the age of a screwdriver impairs its function?

If it were damaged, on the other hand, then I could see it being an issue.

 

If my previous post was lacking in clarity, perhaps an image might help:

 

20210610_073248.jpg

Phillips Screwdrivers

Left: #0 Size. Right: #1 Size.

I commonly use the #0 for keyboards, and #1 for larger appliances/PC building.

Mines probably the 1 definitely not the 0 size though thx for your help alot sorry its abit hard cus english is my second language and size of stuff like this isn’t my strong point

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