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I am trying to get to the on/off switch on a Panasonic MC-E851 . One of the two screws has a very unusual head and I Cannot find a tool to fit . What is the head type of the screw called to allow me to buy a tool to foit?

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You will have to access the motor by removing the entire bottom brush housing and tilting the vac motor shaft out of the housing. Once released you will have a main body and brush housing.
There are visible motor housing screws in the lower portion of the main housing and if I recall there may be twoscrews inside the bag chamber as well

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Disconnect from power first!!
Undo the three screws.
Tap the base of the handle assembly from the front and it will slide back so it can be removed
With the handle removed, pivot up the bottom of the electrical box cover and it will unclip at the top edge.

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SOURCE: access to panasonic mc e450 electrical supply panel

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SOURCE: replace mains cable panasonic MC-e 468

No. Once you've removed the screw, the handle just slides off - either backwards or forwards (sorry I don't remember which, but it's obvious when you've got the machine in front of you).

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