Okay, this is a rant. I simply do not know how you guys do it. I'm just under 5'2" and am petite... petite = small hands. So I'm working on replacing some DFC sensors in a paper feed unit and I have to twist my finger into the shape of a pretzel, even with that I can barely get a grip on the tiny sensor & work it out of the 2 retaining slots... these pieces are accessible through a 3/4" gap in sheet metal, which of course just this moment cut into my skin. Through the years I've encountered eensy weensy springs that have to be fitted into tiny virtually invisible holes with only 1/4" working space to fit a pair of needle-nose into, feed wheels that perhaps only pixies can access (I opted to remove the whole assembly, then replace the feed wheel, meh), tiny 4 pin electrical clips; inaccessible set screws, c-clips, nuts & bolts.. and on and on. I guess one major claim to fame for repair people is that we figure ways around engineering/design oversights.