Flathead 3/32" or 2.5 mm Screwdriver

Flathead 3/32" or 2.5 mm Screwdriver

$6.99

$6.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

Use this precision flathead screwdriver for electronics repair and DIY projects. It's the most basic screwdriver you'll need in your toolkit to fix laptops, small home appliances, and electronics. The small, flat screwdriver blade is also known as the "slot", "common", or "standard" screwdriver.

The iFixit flathead screwdriver features a knurled grip and rubberized, ergonomic handle with swivel top. Made in Germany with uncompromising quality in manufacturing, this precision flathead screwdriver is the last driver you'll ever need to buy. And to back that up, it's covered by iFixit's Lifetime Warranty.

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Repair Stories

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My Problem

Wifi, Bluetooth and GPS weren't working properly

My Fix

After changing this part, everything works perfectly.

My Advice

It's easy when you follow ifixit instruction.

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My Problem

The phone is 3+ years old and the battery would die in 3 hours of continuous usage. It also wouldn't charge unless you bend the lightning cable into the dock connector at an angle and keep it that way which is (holy ####) extremely frustrating and damages the appliance.

My Fix

The repair itself went with a . . .

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My Problem

... is the Multi Tool Roll does not come in fashion colors. I would reorder as soon as I knew I could get a green one

My Fix

... is the Multi Tool Roll does not come in fashion colors. I would reorder as soon as I knew I could get a green one

My Advice

... is the Multi Tool Roll does not come in fashion colors. I w . . .

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My Problem

no charge

My Fix

fantastic

My Advice

non ascoltare solo apple

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My Problem

Broken hard disk cable

My Fix

It took only 5 minutes. Easy, fast, secure and now it's working! Don't be shy to repair something by yourself. And I've saved money!

My Advice

First of all, practice, get familiar with your mac. Watch tutorials.

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My Problem

Power button was not working, and the battery was failing.

My Fix

It was ok. The battery was rather hard to peel out, but after that, the power button procedure was ok.

My Advice

The guide says to un-hinge the power button before the cable is detached from the back case. I found that I had to take the volume buttons . . .

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My Problem

My aunt forgot the take out of the pocket her iPhone 5S before putting the jeans in the washer machine.

My Fix

There was no sign of sulfate or sparks on the logic board pins. We need to change the Dock port and probably the Battery but I am waiting on her desicion to spend $80 and it may be work or not.

My Advice

Yo m . . .

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My Problem

The 1TB hard drive in my 2011 iMac started failing. Luckily I had everything backed up on externals. I was super excited to see that iFixit had a dual hard drive kit, so I ordered that plus a 500GB SSD for my boot drive and a 3TB HDD for bulk storage.

My Fix

The repair went amazingly well. A co-worker helpe . . .

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My Problem

Upon visiting the Apple store to complain about the useless power button that mysteriously stopped working on my iPhone, I was told that my only option was to purchase an expensive "out of warranty" replacement. Fortunately, after researching the problem, I chose to buy a repair kit from iFixit ins . . .

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My Problem

cant afford a new replacement phone

My Fix

repair went fine

My Advice

dont need to remove the battery

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