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    RM One fan

    I have an RM One whose fan power cable has dislodged and moved perilously close to the fan and is coming into contact with it.

    I need to open up the back of the RM One, but can tell what tool I need. It doesn't look like torx and it's definately not a screw.

    Does anybody else have RM Ones and know what tool I need to open it.

    Ta

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    Usually the RM's ship with a little plastic wallet with something that looks similar to an Allan Key in it to take the back off. If its of any use to you we just used a small flat head screwdriver in our place and replaced the original screws with stubby phillips head screws for ease of use in the future.

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    I've ordered an RM "Security Screwdriver". A flat head won't seem to get the thing out.

    Nick

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    I came to this thread to see if the RM One really did have an admirer! lol

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    A bit too late now, but ask the caretaker(s) if they have a set of "security bits". These are like torx/flat/crosshead bits but with a hole that goes around the pin in the centre of certain security screws.

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