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Strange screws appear in equally strange places. Wooden decks? Probably going to need a Square Bit (Roberston). Mobile home? Clutch Bit. Elevator? Spanner. As any DIY enthusiast knows, being caught without the proper tool is incredibly frustrating, and having all of your repair plans derailed by a simple stubborn screw is even worse. The Macro Bit Set puts an end to the problem of missing screw bits. By including all of the most common, uncommon, and security bits, you will be hard pressed to find a screw that you can't turn (and for screws that simply won't turn, we recommend the screw extracting pliers).
We put this awesome assortment of bits in a compact aluminum case. With the see through window and laser etched foam bit holder, you won't be ashamed to show off this bit set wherever you go. The next time you head out for a repair or new project, don't leave without bringing along the Macro Bit Set.
November 17, 2013
Malfunction as of spilling red wine over keyboard
Great guide, the comments are the best part of it, alas I found them afterwards
Some screws (4x) were very tight and therefore damaged and difficult to remove (picture 1)
I used a needle file to create new grip and remove them
The battery cable connector (picture 2) also damaged
the picture in the guide suggests to pry at the corner, better try this slowly with different angles of attack
Luckily it operated normal in spite of the damage
The speaker connector also damaged (picture 3)
removal of the connector should be done very careful
it took some time to reinstall it in the proper way
Installing the track pad
So glad I came this far and tightened the T6 Torx screw of the track pad without checking... Experienced it during boot up, everything had to be done over again (second time was much easier)
Keyboard ribbon cable (picture 2)
though I installed it the right way
By placing the battery afterwards the cable is easily displaced and the Mac Book won't boot up
So I had to remove the under case for the third time
The lower case is constructed of rubber-coated aluminum.
the rubber coating gets lose when removing the lower case multiple times… (picture 4)
With the metal spudger the job was done
and YES in the end everything worked as it should. I fixed it !!
Read the guide thoroughly AND ALL the comments before you even start
November 15, 2013
Out of order and nobody could fix it
It was hard to find someone to recovery my data from my WD passport. The garantee was gone and I couldn't find someone good enough in the market to repair my HD or recovery my data.
After many researches and with the tools from IFIXIT I was able to recovery partially the data from my HD.
If you are not expert on such work, study hard how to fix it and be patience. In the end, if you can't fix it, sure we will have more knowledge and expertise on it, making you much more prepared for the next time
June 26, 2013
June 19, 2013
First it looked like it was a tweak problem.
After installing a audio tweak only the up button was responding.
but after de installing and checking on the internet it seems clear that the audio control button itself was broke.
The button was also not making the same sound as the up button when you press it, also pressing feels different.
So I searched the net and found FIXIT.
First there was some misunderstandin
Pretty easy, just follow the manual...Nice set up
As electronic developer/insta
What could be on option, and that is what I always do when I have to demount a lot of screws: I just print a A3 or A4 paper with square blocks and numbers. when I take out some screws I put this in step one. the next screws I place between the lines at step two etc.
Or what I did in this case, I just printed out the pictures in small format and placed the screws on the top of the drawing where I took them out.
Very easy, you never put the wrong screw on the wrong location.
May 22, 2013
changement de l’écran tactile
la réparation ma prix 1h30 un peu prêt pour remonté l'écran j'ai utilisé le Magnetic project mat c'était nickel
quelque conseil allez doucement tout est miniaturé dans ces téléphone et utilisé des outils adéquate
May 13, 2013
Early 2011 15" Macbook Pro battery gave up after almost exactly 2 years and only 128 cycles. :( Not at all impressed with the longevity of the battery included with my original Macbook Pro
The repair was extremely easy. The toolset had everything I needed to do the repair and the battery removal and installation took less than 10 minutes. The online guide shows exactly what you need to do with photos and all. As always, iFixIt is the one stop shop for your needs to do this yourself. Taking it into Apple or a certified workshop (MacStore) takes too long (they want to keep the device until the battery gets it, they won't pre-order it... just silly). There is no reason that anyone that can operate a screwdriver can't do this repair themselves.
Ensure you have a a clean workspace and the right tools (very small phillips screwdriver and a 'twisted' 3 prong end). The Macro Bit Set that iFixIt sells includes it all and just made more sense than buying a couple of the tools individually as it's not that much more expensive. Super easy swap!