Anti-Static Project Tray

$4.95

Product code: IF145-257-1

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Anti-Static Project Tray

$4.95

Product code: IF145-257-1

Product Overview

Organize and Store Your Projects

  • Invaluable for all electronics projects and repairs.
  • Store tiny components and screws in the 20 small compartments, store large components and tools in the larger compartments.
  • Made from Anti-Static Plastic, so it's safe for delicate components.
  • Use in conjunction with our screwmaps for repairs on our most popular smartphone guides.

Great for phone repair! Put your standard size smartphone in the side compartment, store your tools in the bottom compartment, and organize your screws and parts in the small compartments.

Product Details

  • Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" x 0.5"
  • Material: Anti-Static Plastic

  $4.95

 

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Available: 50+

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My Problem

iPhone 6 screen glass was shattered.

My Fix

Repair went fairly smoothly. Some of the ribbon cables were a bit stressful to pull off their adhesive.

My Advice

Go very slowly on those ribbon cables. Using the spudger helps a lot. Project tray was an absolute life saver. Those screws are tiny and want to roll around. The tray provides a nice way to separate the steps as there are more boxes than there are steps with parts being removed. some of the screws in a single step were very similar in size 3mm vs 2.7mm so I put these in separate containers so when reversing the steps I don't have to even look at them. Just pick em up knowing it's the right screw.

Also, I chose a black screen replacement on my previously white phone. This resulted in a multi color front which is actually pretty sweet.

My Problem

The battery in my 2 year old iPhone was just not holding a charge any longer. So I turned to iFixit and got the job done myself.

My Fix

Overall the repair was successful but not with out a little struggling. The iSlack didn't work very well. I tried a slow steady pull and a more quick pull but the screen just wouldn't snap out. I finally used my prying tool and with the help of the iSlack got the screen off.

The directions were terrific! Especially the comments about what you might encounter. You were right those screws were very, very tiny. This 60 year old had to fall back and get my magnifying glasses out. Once opened the directions got me through the process quickly. The Anti-Static tray was a must for me. It kept the screws and parts in order and made for an excellent reassembly. When put back together and turned back on I got those white lines across my screen. The directions told me exactly what to do to fix it, and after a quick opening (iSlack worked well this time), I repositioned the screen cable and was in business. Thanks for the help and the detailed directions. For a fist time job I couldn't be happier. Just need to look around my house and see what else I have that needs to be taken apart! ;)

My Advice

If you use the iSlack just be patient. Even if it doesn't pop the screen right off it certainly helps a great deal if you have to do a little prying. Definatly get the anti-static tray or the magnetic mat; the screws are wicked small.

My Problem

This is my first time in disassemble my acer laptop and the reason I wanted to disassemble it is because my laptop keep heating up easily even when my laptop at idle and reach 90+ degree Celsius when gaming while before is just around 80+ degree Celsius when gaming.

My Fix

While this is my first experience in disassembling laptop and I was so excited to see how it looks like inside the whole laptop. Eventhough I'm excited to do it myself, I also felt a bit nervous and scare of messing things up but still I think it might be a good idea to learn something new and I finally decided to start disassemble it. I have loosen all the screws one by one and remove all drives and rams, taken out the motherboard and acquired the heat sink. the dust inside the fan was stuck in between all the fan blades and the thermal compound had been dried out. So, I cleaned all the fan blades and remove the old thermal compound and reapplied new thermal compound and reassemble it back. While reassembling my laptop, I also felt a bit uneasiness but after finish reassemble it, I quickly plug in my laptop charger and turn on my laptop. I feel extremely happy when I saw my laptop booted up. It was a great experience for me to do all this things by my own.

My Advice

My first enlightenment was my mum that keep supporting me to have a try when I first told my mum about it. The build logs cleaning guides in Youtube Channel especially Linus Tech Tips enlighten me to do it my own when I saw them building, disassemble and reassemble PCs by their own and showing off those cool stuffs.

My Problem

Water got in, lcd panel ruined

My Fix

Followed guide, all went exactly as described. Screen looks brand new again

My Advice

It's beautiful

My Problem

The battery of my Macbook Pro 15 - 2011 died on me.

My Fix

It took about 7 min and was great.

My Advice

Just read the instruction before you order.

My Problem

The Battery was showing signs of dying. Only stayed charged for an hour or two

My Fix

With the iSclack it went really well. Super easy to get into. And not much needed to come apart. But the battery took the longest to get it unglues from the back of the device. Like 10 mins kinda unglued.

My Advice

Try and warm up the glue if possible. Using the iopener kit. If not just go slow and be paitent. As there are cables under that battery.

My Problem

The display on my Iphone 4s broke from skateboarding. I tried to upload some before and after photos but the page keeps timing out.

My Fix

The repair went great. I love IFIXIT! I utilized the pro tech toolkit. Unfortunately I fell again though guys so I will be doing this repair again, and the back as well. I'm even repairing some music equipment with this toolkit. Thanks IFIXIT!

My Advice

Roll with IFIXIT!

Wear protection

Nigel

My Problem

I was working at Starbucks when my friend Carlos saw me and came over to give me a hug. I knocked a whole bottle of Soylent on my keyboard. Eek.

My Fix

It took about two hours total. I was going extra slowly because I had not worked on a Macbook before. If I should need to do it again, god forbid, it could be an hour or less.

My Advice

The difficulty level is listed as moderate, but I would say it is low if you have built computers in the past. Memories of untangling SATA cables in mini towers and puzzling over new circuit boards that are DOA (Plush carpeting? I admit nothing!) made this feel easy in comparison. I made a point to buy the anti-static wrist strap anyway. Even though my current place has hardwood floors.

There is little agreement on the Internet about the correct method of grounding anti-static wrist straps. This is what I did. Imitate at your own risk:

Macbook adapter is not grounded. So I plugged it into a grounded power strip and plugged that into the wall. I turned the power strip off. Plugged the adapter into the laptop. Clipped the wrist strap to whatever metal laptop component presented itself (not an easy task--had to reposition multiple times).

Everyone made it through ok. Happily using new keyboard.

My Problem

I'm pretty sure there was salt water damage to my phone. It was in my side pocket when I hauled my boat out of the water after a 21 day trip in Barkley Sound. I'd kept the phone in a waterproof pouch all that time, then had it out at the end while I was unloading and I guess my legs were deeper in the water than I'd realized. After hauling the boat the phone wouldn't power on.

My Fix

I got the phone in rice the next day and a few days later ordered the battery replacement kit. When it arrived, I took the phone apart & cleaned everything with isopropyl alcohol then put it back together. It powered on!! Miraculous. Except that the charging port wasn't working. The phone wouldn't charge or allow me to download image to my computer. I spent a few hours trying to send myself images, one at a time, by text or email. Then the phone died again. So now, I'm going to try it all again and take the charging port out & clean all that and maybe replace that if I have to. I'd really love to have the images of my trip.

My Advice

Now I know to wash the phone with fresh water and then with alcohol straight away and to not power it on and to take the battery asap. If you've got water damage, esp salt water, it makes sense to disassemble it completely, including the charging port, while it's open and you're deep into it.

My Problem

MacBook not charging

My Fix

The repair went pretty smoothly. The trickiest part was removing the keyboard ribbon cable. The instructions were not clear to show the actual location of the section that you have to flip up. With patience it wasn't too difficult to figure out. The project tray came in very handy to place parts and screws in order of disassembly making reassembly simple.

My Advice

Use the project tray to sort and keep parts in order and carefully make note of which screws go where particularly with the fans and the logic board. Also when re-installing the logic board make sure none of the ribbon connectors are trapped underneath it before you screw it down.