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Phillips #00 Screwdriver

$4.95

Product code: IF145-006

Product Overview

#00 is number one in small electronics repair.

  • Phillips #00 is the most common size screw in small electronic devices.
  • Sturdy precision driver with a solid metal shaft, rubberized plastic handle, and spinning top.
  • Fixed drivers for commonly used screw sizes make a great complement to a 54 Bit Driver Kit for the frequent fixer.
  • Upgrade to pro for an ESD safe professional-grade driver.

Also available as part of the Pro Tech Screwdriver Set

Product Details

$4.95 Economy

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

6 month warranty

Notes:

This screwdriver is also a part of the iFixit Epic Screwdriver Set.

$5.95 iFixit

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

Excellent quality rubber handle screwdriver with swivel top. A staff favorite!

$8.95 Pro / ESD / USA

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty

Notes:

Made in USA driver with swivel top ESD safe ergonomic handle. Long lasting construction quality.

Lifetime Warranty. Also available as part of the Professional 56 Driver Set

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Stories

My Problem

Clorox Wipe + Trackpad = No Bueno

My Fix

15 mins start to finish, instructions were on point

My Advice

Keep Clorox Wipes away from your trackpad, kids. And if you don't, ifixit is the place to go

My Problem

Super drive would not read disks or skipped. Drive speed would ramp and down and then spit the disk out with an error.

My Fix

Took about 20 minutes to replace the drive. The online guide was very helpful in replacing the superdrive.

My Advice

I would not recommend the Phillips #00 screwdriver Ifixit sells as it did not seat into the screws in the drive (or the back cover) causing the bit on the driver to strip out. I ended up going to Sears and buying a driver. The battery screw driver and spudger worked very well.

My advice, get the proper tools and follow the guide if you need to replace a cd/dvd superdrive in a mac book pro. You can't go wrong as long as you are a bit cautious on the connector handling and follow the directions.

My Problem

Upon visiting the Apple store to complain about the useless power button that mysteriously stopped working on my iPhone, I was told that my only option was to purchase an expensive "out of warranty" replacement. Fortunately, after researching the problem, I chose to buy a repair kit from iFixit instead!

My Fix

The repair process went well, although it was nerve-wracking trying to make sure that I didn't lose any of those tiny screws. It took about two hours, but that included redoing a few steps that I didn't get quite right the first time around. All I can say is thank you so much for the detailed guide! I have a working power button now!!

My Advice

Definitely need a lot of light to see what you're doing. I'd recommend a head lamp. :)

My Problem

I fixed my iPod jack because it would not make connection anymore

My Fix

I broke the glass at the left side while open the I pod now the screen is a bit blurry but further everything works perfect!!!

My Advice

be careful while open it surely witht the glass side

My Problem

So, I'm a Norwegian student interchanging in the Dominican Republic for three months. A week after my arrival I managed to drop my iphone on the ground for the 100th time, and after this it did not want to charge when connected to the charger. The dock connector had been an issue before, but I always got it to work after a few tries. Not this time. I was freaking out, "I'm in Santo Domingo and of course this had to happen now"! But ifixit calmed my nerves. All I had to do was replace the dock connector! It sounded so easy, so I decided to go for the challenge, rather than buying a new phone (I'm a poor student, I want to be environmentally friendly, and I like to !@#$ around with this type of things).

I ordered the parts I needed to fix my iPhone 3G S, and voila! Two days after, they arrived.

My Fix

I followed the video and everything went great! I used less than an hour doing the whole thing, which I was super proud of.

But I made a big mistake with the tiny cables at the end, and didn't connect the #3 cable right, so it didn't recognize the SIM card or the speaker. I was a little bit sick of my phone, so I decided to wait until the next day to fix it. I found a few photos on the internet on how it's supposed to look, and put the cable in its right place, and now my old iphone is as good as new!

My Advice

Take your time, don't rush it! Be sure every move you do is correct.

My Problem

Still waiting for new fan which you have on back order. Hope you really can get your hands on it.

Will let you know how it goes if and when I can fixit.

Thanks

My Fix

Still going

My Advice

Any way to get an update on back orders of the wii fan?

Enlightenment hopefully will follow.

My Problem

Existing 250 GB HDD filling up, and feeling sluggish.

My Fix

Repair couldn't have gone more swimmingly. All the tools to hand, and the instructions simple enough for an idiot (ie. me) to follow. Boot-up a little tense, but needn't have worried.

My Advice

Ok I needed a bit more space, but blown away by the speed increase. Never realised the HDD was such a bottleneck on my system. Should have done it ages ago. Make sure you buy the external adaptor to clone the drive before fitting it and you'll be whizzing along in no time. Oh and amazingly speedy delivery from iFixit (and I live on a remote Scottish island).

My Problem

I have upgraded the RAM and Hard to a SSD.

My Fix

It was great, and I succeeded, Thanks for the Screwdrivers! Nice product!

My Advice

I would recommend it to any one if they got something to repair sure come here!

My Problem

iPhone suddenly - right after a perfectly fine phone call - rebooted and went into a cycle that after about 10 seconds, would shut down and start again. Tried charging the battery. Tried re-installing the software. Everything failed to get the phone out of the cycle. Never once progressed to the start-up screen. Ordered new battery.

My Fix

Everything went perfectly well. iFix it doesn't address the antenna which is screwed into the same place as the battery screw, but it's pretty obvious to take out and put back in. Just don't be surprised when it suddenly appears to come loose. After the repair, had to put the phone through a full re-load of software and back-up data replaced. It took twice to get it working smooth, but since then absolutely no issues and it's like the phone never had a problem.

My Advice

If your phone is turning on, booting half way, and re-cycling - do try to replace the battery. It was a $50 investment with battery, tools, and shipping, but worked like a champ. Problem solved and life goes on. Replacing the phone would have been much more expensive and complicated.

My Problem

The battery on my mid-2009 MacBook Pro was well past needing to be replaced. It was only holding enough of a charge for 1\2 hour if that much.

My Fix

The replacement took me only about 10 mins since I had been "under the hood" of my laptop on several other occasions regarding upgrades.

My Advice

This is not a difficult replacement for most folks if they have done any upgrades before. There are 10 screws on the bottom cover of the laptop and care needs to be taken to ensure they go back in the same way they came out using whatever method(s) work best for you. The only screws holding the battery in have a tri-wing, or tri-star, pattern and using the Tri-wing Y1 Screwdriver offered through iFixit is a must to ensure you can easily and correctly remove and replace battery. After removing screws a simple unclipping the ribbon cable connecting the battery to the logic board and lifting battery out is all it takes. Installation is in reverse. Work carefully and methodically and all will be fine.

 

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