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They are probably not allen head screws but rather tamper proof Torx screws. You can break out the small pin or you can now buy special Torx bits with holes to remove tamper proof screws. They should be available at most hardware outlets or at shops that sell Chinese imports. Torx bits are prefixed with a "T" and the size you are looking for is probably about a T20, but the sets come with an assortment of sizes up to about T40.
You will need a tool like a allen wrench, somthing small with a 90 degree angle, and some torx bits. Disconnect the battery, wait for 5 minutes, then using the torx bit remove the lower column cover. Look up inside the column to the top cover, some models the top cover is held on with inverted torx. If you see a star looking screw you will need to remove them too. Aftre that gently raise the upper cover, turn the key to run. On top of the lock housing there will be a small hole, put the allen wrench in the hole, press down, hold the key to the start and pull out on the lock. It is not as bad as it sounds. Good Luck.
Got it. The header states it is a table saw but you indicate it is a mitre saw. The instructions for this that I found are in French (which I don't read) but I can see pictures and the solution is there is a hole in the motor housing in the center that you would need to find out what size allen wrench fits the shaft that is in there and then lower the guard and use a wrench on the hex nut while holding the hex key. Let me know if this works please.
I have the same Sony TV and just replaced my bulb. I ordered the bulb from sony.com and the package included the allen wrench you will need and simple step by step instructions are also included. There are two hand tightened screws on the lower rear corners of your TB. Remove these screws by hand and remove the botton gray panel of the TV. You will see the light package in the bottom center. Remove the hand tightened screw and swing the metal holder away. The gray cover now will come off by pulling lightly on the bottom. This will expose the lamp. You will need the allen wrench supplied with the bulb to remove the allen screw on the left. Once removed, the plastic cage containing the bulb will slide straight out. Push the new bulb in and tighten the allen screw. Replace the gray cover and swing the hold back in place the hand tighten the screw that holds it in place. Replace the gray bottom panel and hand tighten the two screws on the lower rear corners. That's the whole deal.