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I would also say it's a torx head if it looks like a star and has 6 points. Probably a T10 or smaller. You could get an inexpensive set at a hardware or tool store. The bit should fit snugly, not very much play. If the screw has a pin in the middle of the star, you will need security or tamper proof torx bits. If they are tamper proof leave the repair to an expert.
Posted on May 03, 2017
If it looks like a Starr, it's a torx.
Posted on May 02, 2017
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