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Old 03-10-2016, 09:00 AM   #1
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Can"t Remove CO Detector

The pin that you pull out so you can remove from the CO detector
cover broke. The head of the plastic pin broke off so the stem is still
inside the detector. Does anyone know how to remove the pin or some other way to take the cover off ? The detector is a Quatum COSTAR CO
detector.
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How about eyebrow tweezers or small needle nose pliers like the type used for electronics work.
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Hole too small

Hole size is about 1/16 of an inch.
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Heat a pin, stick it into remains of plastic pin, wait until it cools and pull. If that doesn't work, it might faster and less aggravation to just break the cover and replace the whole thing.
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Or drill it out. Take some scrap plastic to make another one, or maybe a wood match.
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