With that particular rig it would take a lot more than a screwdriver.
The power settings are by virtue of surface mount resistors and not adjustable (no "pot" controls). The 2100H also has no service manual as far as I can tell. I had one years ago and even called Icom asking about a service manual and was advised that it, like many other small mobile rigs having virtually no "user serviceable components inside," never had one.
5/10/55 were actually pretty good choices: 5W to conserve the battery used or for very long transmissions; 10W to increase that by 3 dB; and 55W to increase it by 10 dB. When used in a motor vehicle, which is the intended use, I always just used 55W all the time for everything, since with the engine running lots of current is available. For the QRP category in Field Day, I used 5W. Hardly need anything in between that.
There are some more "deLuxe" rigs that have the intermediate power levels adjustable, but the 2100H was designed to be a "rock-bottom price" rig and every single component has cost. Surface mount resistors cost less than one cent each. An adjustable one could cost close to a dollar -- HUGE difference.
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