Nylon Tipped Tweezers

  • Nylon Tipped Tweezers / Straight
  • Nylon Tipped Tweezers / Reverse
  • Nylon Tipped Tweezers / Pointed / Replacement Tips
  • Nylon Tipped Tweezers / Blunt / Replacement Tips
  • Nylon Tipped Tweezers / Curved / Replacement Tips
Nylon Tipped Tweezers

$4.99

$4.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

ESD safe, Nylon tipped tweezers with replaceable tips. All tweezers come with pointed tips installed. Reverse tweezers stay closed until you squeeze them open.

Nylon tips are sturdy and great for working with delicate electronics. It's like having spudger-chopsticks!

Repair Stories

My Problem

I tried it because my phone battery was becoming unusable and thought either I could replace the phone or try to fix the battery.

My Fix

This repair was much harder then I expected. There were multiple steps with high risk for damage to the phone. The first step of removing the glass is by far the most da . . .

My Problem

the iPhone 6 battery made my pone impossible to use.

My Fix

following the steps in the replacement guide was easy. There are two guides, 1. Opening the phone and 2, replacing the battery, then follow the instruction for tack 1 in reverse, which there is no reverse instructions. A single guide for some users . . .

My Problem

iPhone 4S Battery Replacement needed new battery.

My Fix

Real smooth.

My Advice

Be careful with the tiny scews.

My Problem

The battery from Apple was holding about 17% of it's normal charge - the phone is pretty old at this point, so that's not surprising considering it's also a hand-me-down from my mother to me. I ordered the iFixIt Iphone 6 Battery Repair kit and it came in like 4 days, right when it said it would.

My Fix

Eve . . .

My Problem

The piece of glass protecting the glass shattered overnight, and the camera became unuseable,

My Fix

Instead of removing the entire rear plate of the phone, I settled for my trusty hair dryer and heated up the adhesive on the broken glass and spent a tedious hour or so prying the broken pieces of glass and . . .

My Problem

My battery was not holding a charge.

My Fix

Smoothly.

My Advice

Check out the videos and tutorial and do not be heavy handed. I found it stressful, worrying about breaking cables or connectors when disconnecting or reconnecting them. Removing the adhesive on the back of the battery correctly is also very important.

My Problem

Speaker had blown and was not a pleasure to listen to any more.

My Fix

Step-by-step the repair guide was spot on. No surprises at all.

My Advice

Have plenty of light. There are lots of small parts in there.

My Problem

Broken and dislodged foot pad is easier and cheaper to repair yourself.

My Fix

Simply repair. Took only about 5 minutes to clean the area and press the foot pad into place.

My Advice

Not necessary to remove the bottom of the computer case, but be certain the area is clean where the foot pad is inserted and that you li . . .

My Problem

Your document is made for adding an additional SSD drive on a mid 2010 iMac i7. id 11.3

My Fix

Note:

1. There was one more screw, or 9 instead of 8 on the motherboard.

2. Sugestions: When you unscrew the screws on the motherboard, as sure to have inserted into the holes at the rear of the frame cable or USB . . .

My Problem

Battery stopped holding a charge.

My Fix

Pretty easy - battery and tools seemed to be of good quality. The Mac now will hold a charge.

My Advice

Be very careful not to strip the screw heads... and be ready to clean out a lot of dust from the fan and other areas inside the case.

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