i got a strat a few weeks ago and i'm restringing it for the first time today. this kinda seems like a dumb question, but here goes nothin:

on the right side of the headstock, there's a little metal thing that looks kinda like a "T" next to the Fender logo where the thin E and B strings should pass through. am i supposed to string the E and B underneath the "T" or over it? i forgot to see how it was originally strung bfore removing all the strings. and does anyone know what the function of the "T" is?
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Under. It holds the string at the correct angle on it's way to the nut.
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