I used needle nose pliers, it took a bit of patience but I got the screws out. I think I might replace them with regular screws. My juicer does not run either. Let me know if you find the problem with yours.
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Go to Lowes, to the cabinet knob dept. Get a cabinet knob that matchs the holes in blade. You can always bend the screw a tiny bit if needed to fit. Put the screws into cabinet knob, and tighten. Cut the heads off and you are ready to go. They have a knob that is stainless steel, just a flat piece across the top, an 2 straight pieces that go down. I think it was $2.97. It gives good grip, and takes the blade right off.
Depends on where you live they have Breville repair centers. I have problems with my juicer (not running) for Northern Virginia the closest place is NY. Check www.breville.com for a list of repair centers after warranty (not many) In California plenty of centers. Hope this helps.