Anti-Static Project Tray

 
 
 
 
 
 

Anti-Static Project Tray

$4.95

$4.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

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.

 

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Repair Stories

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Patrick Gold's Story Photo #854501
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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 . . .

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Adam Vaught's Story Photo #1000667

My Problem

Device was out of warranty and I had the spare parts from another similar device.

My Fix

I made myself a chart to put underneath it while I work. It's paired with my step by step instructions I make for myself while I disassemble something. As I take something apart I put the screws/parts in the tray. Then . . .

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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 ju . . .

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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 . . .

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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 . . .

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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 . . .

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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 t . . .

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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. . . .

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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 th . . .

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