Tri-point Y1 Screwdriver

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Tri-point Y1 Screwdriver

$7.95

$7.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

The tool you need to overcome security tri-wing screws.

  • Frequently used to deny users access to device internals, getting past is simple with the right tool.
  • Sturdy precision driver with a solid metal shaft, rubberized plastic handle, and spinning top.
  • Fits fasteners found on some Apple laptop batteries that use Apple Tool 922-8991.
  • Fixed-handle drivers make a great complement to a 54 Bit Driver Kit .
  • Upgrade to pro for an ESD safe professional-grade driver.

Also available as part of the Pro Tech Screwdriver Set

 

Repair Stories

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Mark McKean's Story Photo #1034193
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My Problem

A few years ago, my MBP's trackpad started acting up. My research suggested that the symptoms could be caused by a swelling battery pressing against the underside of the trackpad. But I didn't see any swelling when I removed the underside panel, and battery diagnostics came out fine. When I had the . . .

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Randall Querry's Story Photo #899875

My Problem

The battery had expanded/exploded and cracked the trackpad.

My Fix

Using the step by step instructions on IFIXIT I was able to replace both the battery and trackpad in just over a half hour. I was apprehensive when I turned the computer back on after such a quick repair, but it booted right up without a pro . . .

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quiviran's Story Photo #873094

My Problem

Started getting "Service Battery" message and the battery was only lasting about 2 hours on a full charge. Plus the computer seemed to be running warm a lot.

My Fix

Very simple. This is one of the best Mac laptops for DIY service Apple ever built. Ten screws on the back and the four most serviced components . . .

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My Problem

At 6 years old, my battery life was dwindling. My local Mac Genius bar said, sorry it's too old for us to touch. yet the machine still works perfectly and does everything that I ask of it. It's heavy but it plays DVDs, why replace it?

My Fix

The new battery and the 3-point screwdriver from iFixit were perfe . . .

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My Problem

Battery was old and would no longer hold a charge. I replaced it with one of those cheap batteries online- a $25 replacement. This cheap battery started to fail at %50 power within 8 months. I replaced this battery with the Nutech battery from ifixit. As good life as I remember from when I first bo . . .

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My Problem

My OEM battery was not holding much of a charge. This might have been just old age but I actually believe it was going bad becasue of a cheap non-OEM charger I purchased to save a few dollars. This smaller charger started making a buzzing sound and I was getting headphone line interference. I purcha . . .

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My Problem

Trackpad wouldn't work or click. After some research, it turns out the battery went bad and became swollen, preventing the trackpad from functioning because of the pressure on it from the swollen battery.

My Fix

The repair was easy & straightforward. Follow the repair video on this site and you will be up & . . .

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My Problem

The trackpad was protruding about 1/8" on the left hand side of the Macbook. Easy enough to replace the retaining clip. As soon as I popped the back off, the battery was obviously toast.

My Fix

First off, you guys made it really easy to swap out the parts (I had ordered a new trackpad w/ mounting hardware . . .

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