Question about Micro Pro 7599 Iron
These are called tamper proof screws and you have to get them from the manufacturer. You have to be an authorized service center to get them. There were too many law suits aganinst the companies so they placed these special screws on the units so the do-it-yourselfers can not open them. I think they just do not want the units repaired and this is their excuse. They would rather have you toss the unit and buy another one. Sorry I can not be of more help.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
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