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Title: Shure ULXD2 ?
Post by: Mike Santarelli on June 11, 2019, 10:52:50 pm
Anyone know what size torx are used by the selector switch?  They are tiny.

I had one of the positive battery terminals break and trying to repair it first without having to send it in.
Title: Re: Shure ULXD2 ?
Post by: Scott Helmke on June 12, 2019, 09:41:13 am
"Husky Tools" makes a really nice little multi-bit driver with all the tiny Torx sizes, and a matching driver with all the tiny Phillips and flathead bits.

For what it's worth, I've faced the same issue of wanting to replace those battery terminals, but there's a lot of stuff to remove before you can actually get to them.
Title: Re: Shure ULXD2 ?
Post by: Brian Adams on June 12, 2019, 11:11:22 am
I love the Husky branded mini torx and screwdrivers. The torx driver has 8 sizes from T4-T15, and the screwdriver has 4 sizes of phillips from #1 down, and 4 sizes of regular tips. They've been my go-to for years, and while I preferred the older hex handles, the newer round ones are fine too. They're only $6 at Home Depot, so I can't complain.

As for your question, I don't know about the ULXD2, but I had a ULXD1 apart the other day and everything was T6.