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> Plusses need Torx-15 drivers to open them, and ones with pretty long 
> handles.
> See http://macfaq.org/hardware/misc.shtml#Q2.8.3 for the gory details.

 I forget where I saw the suggestion originally, but you can also use a
Torx-15 bit wedged into the barrel of a Bic pen. It's long enough and
thin enough to reach down the wells of the handle, and if the screws are
particularly stuck, you can use pliers on the pen case to give you
enough torque to get them turning. That's what I've used on several
compact Macs, no problems.


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