#2
Take of strings and pickup covers, buy a new screw, and screw it in.

Make sure you don't lose the spring which should be trapped in the pup cavity.

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#3
Sorry that I can't help, but try posting this in the appropriate guitar forums - you'll get more relevent answers.

Good luck!
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#4
thnx do you recommend i got it fixed by a professional and what would happen if i didnt get it fixed?
#5
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thnx do you recommend i got it fixed by a professional and what would happen if i didnt get it fixed?



you wouldn't need a pro for this. btw, if you lose the spring dont worry too much. just use the spring from a pen to replace it...
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#7
no offence, but just get a better guitar. i have one of those things (same colour and everything) and i thought it was ok til i upgraded....
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#8
Just screw the screw back.
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