You can do it. We show you how.
Things break. Wear and tear is normal, but throwing away almost-functional devices shouldn't be. We have everything you need to fix your gadgets yourself: quality replacement parts, precision tools, and free step-by-step instructions from our in-house repair experts.
We help thousands of people repair their devices every day. And every time you fix something, you help the planet by keeping e-waste from entering the landfill.
Diagnose what’s wrong with your device.
So your iPhone doesn’t turn on or your ice maker isn't working. Check your respective device page for relevant Troubleshooting wikis, or head over to our Answers forum to figure out what’s wrong with it. You can search for the issue and find existing solutions from our community of experts, or pose your question to the community and they’ll answer you directly.
Quality parts and tools, backed by our Lifetime Warranty.
Not all replacement parts are created equal. We’ve spent more than a decade vetting sources and suppliers, and each part is rigorously tested in-house. Our tools are designed using data from thousands of repair guides, and we even reverse-engineered the first Pentalobe screwdriver from an iPhone teardown. We’re so confident in our products that they’re backed by our Lifetime Warranty.
Step-by-step instructions from repair experts.
We offer thousands of free repair guides for thousands of different devices. Each one has been created or vetted by our team of experts, and they combine high-resolution photos with detailed, step-by-step instructions. No guesswork needed, pieced together from multiple videos—our information is all in one place! Already a repair pro? Submit your own guide to our community.
Why fix things?
Repair isn’t just about doing it yourself. We’re fighting for fairer prices, broader access, and better quality repairs for all. Learn more about Right to Repair.
Click on the links below to find more information on how to register and fill out your account, create a repair guide, teardown, device page, troubleshooting page, or see the safety precautions for commons repairs.
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Why We're Doing This
More information on iFixit's background, why we think you should fix your own stuff, and how we all are impacting the environment with our technological advances.
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|Where We're Going||Customer Testimonials|
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Who owns iFixit?
iFixit is a collaborative effort spanning thousands of fixers, repair-seekers, and translators. Everything here is Creative Commons licensed and will stay free forever. The organization behind iFixit was started, and is still owned, by Kyle Wiens and Luke Soules. iFixit is not publicly traded or ad-supported, allowing us to curate the best possible experience without compromising our integrity. But luckily, we’re not alone! Thanks to the right to repair movement, repair-minded partners, and fixers like you, we’re fixing the world.
You'd like to talk to us? We'd love to talk to you!
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The Fine Print
We were told by lawyers that we needed to have this on the site :(
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