Quick eyeglass repair for prescription, reading, safety and sun glasses. Contains: screwdriver, 2 metric and 2 American std. hinge screws, magnifier, case and screw starter. Jewelers quality screwdriver blade. Self centering magnifier. 4 screw sizes to fit most frames. Product Benefits
Most frames made in U.S.A. require 5 or 7 barrel hinge screws. 1. Most imported frames use 1.4 mm or 1.6 mm metric hinge screws. There is 1 of each in the screwdriver handle. Metric screws have flat heads. American std. screws have dome heads. 2. Gently twist magnifier onto handle. Select the screw diameter that appears to be the correct size. Insert screwdriver tip into screwstarter and hinge screw into other end. 3. Make sure the leaves of the hinge are properly engaged. Insert screw and tighten. DO NOT FORCE. If screw does not tighten easily, then try a different screw. 4. If the enclosed hinge screws do not fit your glasses, see your local optician. He or she will be happy to provide you with extra screws which you can store in the screwdriver handle. Screwdriver tip may be sharpened with a file or a whetstone if it becomes dull. Special Note
Forcing an incorrect size screw may damage hinge threads. Disclaimers:
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