Essential Electronics Toolkit

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Essential Electronics Toolkit

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$19.99

$19.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

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.

Toolkit Includes

Repair Stories

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Sean Lichtenstein's Story Photo #1330869

My Problem

Cracked/Smashed IPhone 6S screen

My Fix

It went well! A little more difficult than I expeted but the guides were a fundamental help with this repair- I would not have been able to complete it without them!

It was a bit tricky getting the Home button in place as well as the earpiece speaker and camera- but . . .

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My Problem

power brick went out in the XBox

My Fix

The repair was fairly easy. Although the only issues i had was not putting bottom metal cover on before i closed it up. So had to take apart. Then put back together. Then realized i let a few screws out. haha so took apart again installed screws and put back together, . . .

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My Problem

OEM battery was no longer holding charge

My Fix

Awesome! ifixit tool kit was a huge help

My Advice

Don’t attempt this without a iPod opening tool.

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My Problem

Battery was old and drained quickly.

My Fix

It didn’t take 45 min. 25 is more accurate.

My Advice

Instead of trying to pull the glue, heat it up for a minute and the battery comes right off.

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My Problem

I had a guy from Facebook come and ask me to repair his iPhone 6 Plus screen because he saw a recent post that showed I can do that

My Fix

It went flawlessly

My Advice

I know by heart the way around an iPhone but if you don’t, and not many people do, I suggest to use their instructional videos

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My Problem

It had the 3 beep of death. I purchased 2, 8s of ram for a total of 16, however. It would not allow this. So ended up with 10gb. Initially I thought I had a bad top ram slot. But the 2gb took. But had to put them in one at a time to test them. I truly would not wanted to replace the logic board. S . . .

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My Problem

I replaced the battery, fan, and right speaker/subwoofer

My Fix

Took my time and reviewed videos over and over. Everything went smoothly.

My Advice

for images, I would show the before and after shot of how to remove certain connections. I didn't know how to remove a certain piece from your website, but found out fro . . .

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My Problem

My MacBook Pro Early Rubber Feet has left and I was replace it with MBP Rubber Feet that i was buy on iFixit Store. I buy Essential Electronics Toolkits to do this.

My Fix

First, i replace botoom case my MacBook Pro and then replace 4 rubber feet.

Just do it.

My Advice

You don't need adhesive 'cause iFixit MBP Rubber . . .

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My Problem

Still using the original battery in 2018 so decided it was time.

My Fix

Replacement went smoothly -- except for the enclosed tools. I recommend purchasing the toolkit to avoid stripping the screws.

My Advice

The four screwdrivers are really just toys; please either spring for a better set of just do away with them.

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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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