Phillips #0 Screwdriver

Phillips #0 Screwdriver

$6.99

$6.99

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Features

Features

Use this precision Phillips #0 screwdriver for electronics repair and DIY projects. The Phillips #0 screw is one of the most commonly used fasteners in consumer electronics, game consoles, laptops, PC desktop computers, and small home appliances. This particular size of Phillips screwdriver blade is also known as Phillips 0, PH 0, and PH #0.

The iFixit Phillips #0 screwdriver features a knurled grip and rubberized, ergonomic handle with swivel top. Made in Germany with uncompromising quality in manufacturing, this precision Phillips 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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doshry's Story Photo #695092

My Problem

Had to upgrade my G4 Cube!

My Fix

Perfect! I feel like a brain surgeon!

My Advice

Make sure you get the right tools and follow the right guides! I know a website :-p

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My Problem

I broke a headphone jack off in the Kindle

My Fix

A co-worker of mine actually did the repair. He said the step-by-step instructions and photos made this repair so easy.

My Advice

Get the screwdriver, the tool to open the Kindle, the instructions and an extra set of hands. I opted to not separate the top from the bo . . .

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My Problem

Music is my life. I've learned I can access it through my phone. To be polite to those around me, I use headphones and my phone's headphone jack.

One day, out of the blue, my phone only provided me with my fix through my right earbud. I cussed out the previous night's drunk me. I originally bla . . .

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My Problem

Headphone jack connection became flaky. Typically only on channel would work (i.e. sound only out of left speaker)

My Fix

Followed "Samsung Galaxy S III Headphone Jack/Speaker Assembly Replacement" guide. Repair was very quick, cheap, and effective.

My Advice

The #0 Phillips seemed a bit too big for the screws. It . . .

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My Problem

Battery needed replaced

My Fix

Great

My Advice

Everything went well following the guide.

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My Problem

Dropped the phone and the speaker stopped working

My Fix

Success! The new speaker assembly works like new and I have sound again. I should have been more careful taking the back off because I knocked two clips off - it still fits back in place but has a small creak to it.

My Advice

You DO NOT have to remove the batter . . .

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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

A friend of mine has young children that were playing on their friends iPad and, after some elevated excitement, managed to drop the iPad. The bottom corner hit the ground and the digitizer shattered.

My Fix

The repair was initially difficult with the standard tools recommended. The plastic tools bend too e . . .

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My Problem

it was headphone jack was beoke

My Fix

good

My Advice

thanks

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My Problem

1/3rd the price of visiting the Apple store.

My Fix

Your online videos show how to fix a 'perfect' screen that has no cracks at all. In reality, it's MUCH more difficult than what is demonstrated in your guides. My iPad was shattered into a million tiny shards. Those little guitar picks were helpful, but no . . .

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