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Screws Somehow all of the screws have fallen out of my son's MP3 player. I tried using eyeglass screws, but they don't hold tight enough. How can I get screws?

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  • Milimorena Jun 02, 2008

    What does it mean to "arodite" them in? I need screws.

  • Anonymous Apr 17, 2009

    Missing two screws for my Sansa. Need to order them somewhere! Optical screws and watch screws are too small.

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Arodite them in ? only if your not going to take it apart

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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