iFixit Answers is free repair Q&A.
We are a community of people helping each other fix stuff. Come hang out with us — you'll find a friendly, helpful bunch of people who care about our things and want to make them last longer.
We know stuff.
We would love to help you with your hardware questions. You can ask anything you like, as long as it's related to making devices last longer.
When crafting your question, we suggest making it as detailed and specific as possible.
When you answer a question:
We don't run Answers. You do. The community has complete control over the content on Answers. Answers is collaboratively managed by people just like you. With your help, we can show the world how to fix anything.
Never stop learning.
All information here is collaboratively edited. If you ask an interesting question or write a useful answer, other people may come along and categorize it with tags or edit the text. That's OK! In fact, we encourage making posts better over time.
Our goal is to build a database of solutions to hardware problems that is useful for years to come. (If you'd prefer not to let others edit your text, we recommend asking your question elsewhere.)
What's the catch?
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Answers is totally free, and will always be that way. Our goal is to help you keep your stuff working longer. Period. You won't see any Google-baiting, ad-stuffing, or answer-cloaking here.