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There is no way to counter this with one screwdriver, but with two small flatheads, both about the same size as one point of the star, you can use one screwdriver to keep the other one stuck inside a single prong. Reply 12 years ago. It would be best to just purchase the particular bit that you will need The construction of the screw is strong, and if it is built like I immagine, the screw is below the surface of the plastic{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I was able to grab and unscrew within seconds. And if you don't have the right sized one you can always file a larger one on a rock until it fits. Win Guy. So actually I just sanded it down to little pieces with the drill After that I was able to open the boxing of the device which I wanted to disassemble. After about 1. You have to spin both screwdrivers as if they are one giant screwdriver, so not both screwdrivers individually. So you created a new account, replacing the "Aeshir" account which actually posted this question? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I have a Gamecube controller I want to take apart, but it has triangle screws. I've ohmed out the connections from the electric cord to the toggle switch, and to the FET, or huge capacitor,. Dunno why people love to not answer a question when it is asked, they like to give other reasons why you shouldnt do what your asking. It was quite I interesting to see the inside of that plug as well. Reply 6 years ago. It requires to be able to remove at least one of the screws, if they are reachable it is possible to undo them with pliers. So, just to put this up for anyone needing this in the future: I just took apart a DS Lite with the same evil three-pronged screws, luckily only 4 and they weren't too tight. A small monetary investment would give you an infinitely better result. Connections are good, no break that I can find. And like many circuit boards, they are proprietary, and not easily obtained to be able to replace; which means resorting to ohming out the entire circuit board's individual resistors, capacitors, traces, and thyristors. I find it easiest to just take a Dremel, put on medium-high speed and jam it right into the screw. I think I've narrowed the fault to the circuit board insde the electric plug that has a reset button on it similar to a GFI outlet. This leads to clutter in the shop with stuff you don't need. I also know for a fact that using a slightly different screwdriver than the real security bit isn't going to give 'an infinitely better result'. Jeez thx for the tip I was trying to open a fan, but those devious 3-pronged screws just were so annoying, I tried your tip and it worked with ease. Why buy a tool you know you won't need ever? The smaller variants have been introduced by Nintendo in their consoles, I think the original Gameboy was the first device that made a lot of use of these special srews. Hope this helps Reply 7 months ago. Is it so much to ask to find an alternative method laying around the house? But to be absolutely certain the faults rests somewhere in the circuit board inside the plug that connects to an electrical outlet, I need to get to the motor that blows air to inflate a huge inlatable water slide that takes up the entire length of our side yard, and meter out all the connections at the motor, requiring such a security bit. Aggree with the "one time comment", We're all different and we forgive you for your failure : I did the job at 1am within half hour and thought it was worth it. Man, this helped me out heaps! Thanks for 2 small screwdrivers tip's tip : it just worked for me I plan to saw the screw head through the diameter when I want to put them back in. You've certainly waited long enough. Just the normal sizes of torx bits, spanner bits, square bits, flat head bits, philips bits and believe it or not round bits. The screw design is quite devious, because if you try it with a normal flathead, the flathead rotates inside the screw towards the different points of the three-pointed stars. Hey all, I myself am in need of some security bits. I do recommend getting a tri-wing screwdriver set for the job but if it is a one off there is another way that can help:. Reply 5 months ago. Simply find the right size flat head screwdriver that will fit across 2 of the points. Thanks auderyspency! Not one trianglular bit. But absolutely no three-pronged screws. They're like Phillips four-pronged but only have 3 prongs instead. We don't like them ,dont we? It goes in and it comes out. I've done this with a nail of the right size. Quite easy to find in different sizes and qualities on Ebay and basically all good electronics stores mostly in sets with other security bits. I had troubles with secure srews many times but always found the right tool or a way to remove the damn things. Reply 3 months ago. Now, being that my situation is slightly different than a Nintendo mod, or a fast food kid meal prize piece that have similar security screws, I believe my need for such a security bit is very different. Easy substitute for a triangle or 3 pronged screwdriver- I used a pair of tweezers. I wish I'd found this before I special-ordered a tri-wing on eBay Thanks a million! I just want to see where the fault is, in my equipment and see if I can avoid seeking out the repacement blower for the inlatable slide. Just file or grind it to a triangular cross section. I have a complete hex key set imperial and metric and I kept trying different sizes until I found one that went into the very middle of the head of the screw and was able to slowly loosen the screw out. Sorry but I totally fail to see why one would go through all the trouble if a suitable bit or screwdriver can be bought for less than 2 bucks You can even get sets of so called security bits for under 20 bucks covering almost all screw heads considered to be a pain without the right tool - including these oval heads. It's a screw. Reply 4 years ago. I want to do this job today, not tomorrow, and not drive 45 minutes to a hardware store. So, my need for a triangle bit to extract many triangular bit scews, prompted me to search online for such a bit, and this long and apparently old thread popped up as the first hit. I drilled the screw's head with an electric drill untill the screw's head disappeared. I've never seen such a plug that has a built-in GFI circuit board inside the 3 prong plug for a 3 prong electrical outket before. Just remember, firm pressure, screwdriver fitting tight between 2 points and go slowly. I don't think it's any of your business why a person wants to find an alternative. It's not a cake. I'm just fooling around anyways. I could try to describe how to do this exactly, but it's quite impossible to see the screw while you're poking at it with two screwdrivers so any actual tactics are out of the question. Just poke around and try spinning both screwdrivers until it feels like you're turning the screw. It won't make a perfect fit, especially on tiny screws, but if you get a half-decent shape it should do the trick. I have never had an issue with them. My othe bit set, same story. I don't have a screwdriver for this, so I need a way to unscrew them. In most cases they have not been tightend up hard but instead some thread locking glue was put on, if you encounter one of those with the wrong tool it usually end in drilling out the screw. Reply 1 year ago. Heat the copper again till glowing but now drop it into cold water - the copper will be hard again and should allow you to remove the other screws if not too tight. Otherwise, I presume you've responded to this six year old comment to which the actual, real original author already replied just to be a troll. One prong inserted into the middle of the screw and the other on the outside of the screw head. I couldn't get them to turn with a small hex screwdriver at first, so I rammed in two yes, two screwdrivers at the same time small flathead screwdrivers and fidgeted around until I could spin the screw a little bit, about 1. I've got many more that that, to get to the actual motor, to see with my meter if there is a short somewhere. Of course, I did resort to using the smallest flat head that would fit one side of the triangle recessed in the screw head, and carefully extracted two of them. Not trying to be impolite, but you can't do a proper job without the right tools. It's really easy to remove them. Just stfu and answer or dont! It's just easier to work with the proper tools, when doing any kind of job. Without the right tool it is often impossible to remove them - that's why they are designed with three wings. Not one conversation in this lengthy thread involves the triangle shaped head of a security bit such as what I need was described. Old thread but I'll answer anyway. This is probably a one time deal. Push in firmly with the screwdriver and turn slow and steady to avoid camming out slipping , or stripping the screwhead. By assembling I used new screws. The bits are manufactured somewhere in order to make use of such screws in the manufacturing of products that are intended to protect the average person who took a stupid pill, from being stupid and hurting themselves, or to protect the manufacturer from future or probable law suits because of stupid people taking stupid pills and being stupid! I have a couple of sets of security bits, and one of them is a set anyone can buy at Harbor Freight. I tried to open a personal blender which was made in China and with a flat head screwdriver and it worked!!!! I've unscrewed stuff without the right screwdriver before, and I'm not willing to spend money on a set of screwdrivers i'll only use once.