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Old 09-05-2013, 01:27 AM
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"NOTE: The screw on the back door should be removed with a magnetic screwdriver to help prevent it from falling inside the door. If you do not have one of these, a simple remedy is to stuff some paper in the weatherstripping just under the screw. If the screw falls loose from the screwdriver, the paper will prevent it from falling in the door"

To make a screwdriver magnetized for free just take a plastic coated copper wire and start wrapping the wire with about six inches of wire extending past the end of the screwdriver don't over lap the coils but just wrap them close to each other like a spring once you get to the point that you have about six inches twist the striped of plastic copper ends together. Now the next step is to hold the copper ends to the negative post of a car battery then hold the end of the screwdriver to the positive post for about 20 seconds.
Now you have a magnetized screwdriver

Just make sure you have now broken plastic coating on the wire that you are using. Only the ends and hold it to the negative post. It will work both ways its just if heat is made it will be on the positive side that you touch the end of the screwdriver you are holding by the plastic handle.
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