#1
The tuning stability on my Tele is pretty bad, its an MiM. I know the hardware etc., is not the best, but I'm slightly OCD whether I'm in tune, I want to be spot on. The high E tuner is very "open". You're in tune, turn an 1/8th of a turn and you're still on the same note. I guess they're slipping. The B string is ever worse. You hit a certain spot and the pitch raises 20-40 cents, and has the same slipping-type issue.

Anyways, I looked at the tuners, but there is no screw attached to the tuner holding it in place, so would there be a screw on the flat part of the tuner on the back side of the headstock?

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#2
Are you trying to take them off? You just unscrew the nut on the front of the headstock.

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#3
Oh, okay. I have Grovers on my Schecter and they have a small screw that screws into the headstock itself.
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#4
They might have one or two pins entering one or two tiny holes in the headstock, on their back. It's not the tuning peg moving around which causes the de-tuning, but the mechanism itself. You gotta replace the tuning pegs quickly.
#5
I loathe those. They look so nasty to me.
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#6
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Oh, okay. I have Grovers on my Schecter and they have a small screw that screws into the headstock itself.

those do screw into the headstock, but the screw is in the front of the headstock.