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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by bigvaL View Post
Seriously!?!?! I cant believe this!! This is like the 10th person I've seen this happen to. My Tuniq is from about a year ago and my bolts are solid brass (or so it seems). Do your bolts seem heavy duty? Mine do. Maybe they've changed the type...
I dunno they seem pretty flimsy. All the marks are due to the plyers

post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by jdwilson View Post
I dunno they seem pretty flimsy. All the marks are due to the plyers

Well why are there plier marks on them? You sure you didn't pop off the screw top with the pliers?
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post #13 of 14
Yep 100% sure. Since the screw had no top i had to use pliers to turn it outta there. I could have used something less abrasive, but I had no intention of doing some cookie cutter glue the head back on crap. At this point I knew I was going to either get replacements or find something new to use.
post #14 of 14
Just to update I got 2 new screws in the mail today.

I originally emailed the customer service department and waited for a reply for a few days. I then started researching a bit more and through a toms harware thread found these email addies.

paul@sunbeamtech.com
derekhsiao@sunbeamtech.com

Derek ended up taking care of me.
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