Phillips #00 Screwdriver

Phillips #00 Screwdriver

This driver is ESD-safe.

$8.95

$8.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

Use this precision Phillips #00 screwdriver for DIY or professional small electronics repair. The Phillips #00 screw is the most commonly used fastener in the internals of consumer electronics, game consoles, laptops, PC desktop computers, and small home appliances. This particular size of Phillips screwdriver blade is also known as Phillips 00, PH 00, and PH #00.

The iFixit Phillips #00 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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William Vaughan's Story Photo #1168254
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My Problem

This is my fairly new Dell XPS 13 (9360), 7 months old. The battery stopped working so I ordered a new one to replace it.

My Fix

Disassembly / reassembly as specified in the IFIXIT article worked exactly as specified. I removed the original battery, opened up the package I had ordered with the new battery, . . .

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Jacob Micallef's Story Photo #1049294

My Problem

When I was a kid a few years back I spilled a smoothie on the keyboard and that's when things went downhill for my keyboard. The keyboard developing a disgusting finish and the S key became loose and inoperable. I got the laptop when cleaning out a storage vault recently, and decided to replace the . . .

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Brian Garrison's Story Photo #1021953

My Problem

Replace glass panel

My Fix

The repair went fairly well. I am naturally nervous about messing with my electronics. This iPod has been through the washer 3 times and left on the city bus 3 times. I wanted to finally replace the glass. The prying tool seemed a bit thick for the nano but I was able to remove th . . .

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My Problem

Tried to remove battery to replace original that was not holding a charge very long

My Fix

The blue pry tools got the chassis opened, with a little effort to get the front/back separated

My Advice

The small locking tabs that hold circuit strips are very small and take no effort to open. Unfortunately for me, the blue . . .

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My Problem

My tablet was stuck on bootloop for a few months, and after flashing every stock ROM file I could find, I found that it was the motherboard that was faulty.

My Fix

The repair was easier than I thought, and it took less time than I thought! It was my first time repairing hardware so it was really exciting to . . .

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My Problem

My battery's time had come - it would only hold a full charge for about an hour.

My Fix

I read the guide a few times, bought the replacement battery and the needed tools to remove the hex and y-screws, but really it went exactly as explained.

My Advice

I am completely happy the tools and instructions.

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My Problem

I slam dropped my phone and decided to fix it myself, repair shops wanted price of the phone

My Fix

It was tricky at first. I never repaired anything in my life, my husband did all the tinkering, but determination is a great motivator and after continued problems with "camera fail" popping up, I finally got . . .

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My Problem

Turned on my MB PRO to see the grey screen with "Flashing Folder w/ Question Mark." After booting up online, I could not mount the hard drive in order to designate it as the start up disk. These models are known to have a harddrive cable issue, and my MB Pro travels to and from work for 5+ years, 5- . . .

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My Problem

Battery weak

My Fix

Watched the video, did the steps as shown. Piece of cake!

My Advice

Use original screws. Replacement screws do not stick to the magnetized screwdriver.

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My Problem

My computer battery died

My Fix

Easy to repair.

My Advice

I won't be as anxious about doing it on my own. Even with the glaring sticker that said don't remove the battery.

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