I second that notion. When it comes to machinery or mechanical stuff, give me
an Allen, Torx, or Bristol type fastener over slotted or Phillips any day.
While I've never dealt with the Centurion fan issue, it probably isn't "a
pita to replace" if the right tools (in this case, most likely a long
T-handle Allen wrench) are at hand. (That being said, as with many other
similar situations, "holding your mouth right" probably also helps HI HI!!)
On Thu February 3 2011 7:40:23 am Rob Atkinson wrote:
> Why? What advantage is there to slot or phillips head? Seems like
> more trouble prone than hex.
> It's a good idea to have one of those telescoping wand things that has
> a magnet on the end. You'll need it if you drop one of the hex
> <<<I would forget adjusting the bearings. I replaced mine about 4 years ago
> - TT picked up the tab. I priced the fan a few years ago and priced out
> at $40 including shipping.
> The fan is a pita to replace. My fan was secured with allen bolts. I should
> have replaced them with slotted or phillips head bolts.>>>
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