Essential Electronics Toolkit

Essential Electronics Toolkit

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$19.99

$19.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

Our most economical do-everything toolkit. The Essential Electronics Toolkit is what you need for the most essential electronics repairs—like screen and battery swaps—and everything you need for most household DIY fixes.

Get started in electronics repair with all the bits and precision tools to handle your most urgent screen breaks and battery swaps. Or simply upgrade your home DIY toolkit with what you need to service door knobs, home appliances, eyeglasses, and more.

Kit Includes

Repair Stories

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Jeroen Rebergen's Story Photo #1160659
Jeroen Rebergen's Story Photo #1160658

My Problem

I bought the iMac maxed out at the time, besides the hard drive. This was an 1TB. I wanted something bigger. Now it's got an Seagate FireCuda 2TB. Also discovered that I could upgrade the RAM to 32GB! Time to buy some tools from iFixit and the parts. Also after not been opened for at least 4 years, . . .

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Andrew Kubicka's Story Photo #1183403

My Problem

I was completely unable to use any of the functions of Wifi, bluetooth or location servies. I would not pick up any wifi networks, any bluetooth connections would connect and disconnect a few times before never connecting again, and location services could barely pick up my location (on occation up . . .

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My Problem

Hard drive died. My first delve into computer guts. Drive seemed fine, head not stuck, but made clicking noise. Decided I wouldn't be able to recover. Maybe circuit board... Bought Evo 256Gig SSD and while looking around the delightful ifixit site, discovered the discussions about upgrading the . . .

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My Problem

Problems: 1) GPS was not identifying my location very well. gave a rather large cone of uncertainty and turn-by-turn directions was not usable. 2) wifi connectivity was suspect. my device had to be very close to a router to connect. 3) bluetooth connectivity was also bad. my device had to be very cl . . .

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My Problem

Regardless of charger or cable, charge rate was only 300 mA. New battery did not help.

My Fix

Even with the iFixit tools (very nice), the case got a little dinged. The glue holding the board was more tenacious than expected.

My Advice

Take your time. Use little force. Don't bend boards or cables more than necessary. B . . .

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My Problem

I've previously had Apple repair the cable while it was under warranty and that cable subsequently went out about a year after that. I was able to scavenge a HD cable from another MacBook Pro (mid 2011) and while not ideal, it worked well enough. Now I had the money and time to double down on the ca . . .

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My Problem

The sim/SD card ribbon was not inserted properly. I fixed it cause real men fix there own problems XD

My Fix

When great expect I cracked the frame trying to get to the motherboard

My Advice

Be careful about opening the phone, the frame is not as hard as you thing or maybe it was my incompetence

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My Problem

I purchased the toolkit for my 12 year old grandson. His summer project is to build a computer, and the toolkit is just what he needed.

My Fix

work in progress

My Advice

A great start to set our youth on the correct path.

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My Problem

My power button would not press down, or was stuck down...just didn't work right.

My Fix

Repair went amazing. Apparently someone had taken my phone apart before because there were 2 screws missing from inside and all of the sealant that was supposed to make it so difficult to get the screws out, was already . . .

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My Problem

I dropped the phone and completely shattered the screen.

My Fix

The repair is easy. Followed the online guides and was careful and it worked like a charm.

My Advice

Just be careful and make sure to transfer over everything into the new display assembly.

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