Quality control: Damaged screw hole on a new AP
I just received a new AP, replacing the one that had been resetting for three hours. On this new AP, I noticed that the screw hole (for lack of a better term) is damaged. As if a hobbyist with a Torx bit set and a bit holder, instead of a proper Torx driver, had opened the device, damaging the hole around the screw due to it's deep recession.
Is this a manufacturing flaw which has escaped QCs attention, or is it tampered with and should I return this unit too? There's even a scratch mark on the left bottom to the hole.