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Open up guitar hero for play station 3

Can you tell me what screw driver you use to open up the guitar hero please?

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It is in a way like a screwdriver that have 8 edges like a star almost.

in norwegian it cold torks... and in english its called almost the same. something like
toorcs torcs. more l can`t help you.

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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