Pro Tech Screwdriver Set

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Product code: IF145-239-1

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Pro Tech Screwdriver Set

$59.95 Was $89.95
You save $30.00!

Product code: IF145-239-1

Product Overview

One screwdriver set to rule them all

  • 15 fixed-bladed drivers make a wonderful addition to any workbench, eliminating lost and misidentified bits.
  • Specifically chosen by our technicians, these drivers will work great for 90% of electronics repairs.
  • High-quality SVCM (Silicon, Vanadium, Chrome, Magnesium) steel shafts with rubberized handles and spinning caps make these drivers iFixit staff favorites.
  • Bundled together in a custom-designed tool roll, this set collapses to a small 5" x 6.5" x 2" bundle.

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Product Details

  • Driver Quantity: 15
  • Dimensions: 5" x 6.5" x 2"
  • Shaft Material: SVCM Steel
  • Handle Material: Rubber
  • Roll Material: Nylon Canvas

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My Problem

Was able to replace the battery using this tool very precise and feels like a professional product

My Fix

Repair was a success this product is good.

I know its a little too much but it does feel good to the hand and the magnetic end helps a lot when picking up the screws.

My Advice

Really great product but i hope they can reduce the price a little bit more especially during holidays they should drop the price to 35/45 would sound better

My Problem

The battery would not take any charge. I ordered a replacement battery for the laptop but I needed special screwdriver set to remove the screws from the MacBook Air bottom plate and battery module.

My Fix

The set of tools that I ordered from iFixIt made things a lot easier. What I needed was just there. The whole thing took a little less than 5 minutes.

My Advice

Aside from all the selection of tools from iFix It to get the right job done, they also have the illustrations and tear down to help you answer your questions. Just like the teardown found on the website, there's an iFixIt App as well for the iPhone.

My Problem

I have a 2011 Macbook Pro 13 that would not charge the battery. After serveral phone calls to Apple Help and a trip to "certified" Apple repair center, I was told that they had to send it out to repair ("probably" the power board). Estimate $800, No thanks. Then I found ifixit! After getting the part for $29.99 and a couple of $5 tools, i decided to give it a try. Now, you have to know that I have disassembled many machines, appliances, etc., I rarely get them back together correctly. I usaully end up replacing them.

My Fix

Following the Ifixit 40 step guide (a lot for me) I disassembled about 70% of the laptop and replaced the 13 " Magsafe Power DC - in Board. Reassembly was a bit tedious but not to difficult with the step by step photos in the Ifixit guide. Much to my (and my wife's) suprise, it fired up and started charging like new. Working great all in one hour.

My Advice

Get the right tools and instruction (Ifixit) you can do a lot more than you might think!

My Problem

The battery was completely dead after a long time of degraded performance.

My Fix

It was much easier then I had thought, after hearing too many exaggerated stories about the great difficulties with repairing MacBooks.

My Advice

Only this: Have a can of compressed air at hand and blow the dust out of the fan while you have the machine open. You wouldn't believe how much quieter it was afterwards! (Sorry, no photos.)

My Problem

Battery wasn't keeping a charge for very long so I was keeping it plugged in all the time.

My Fix

It was a piece of cake, I had read the directions a couple of times and they were so clear I didn't need to refer back to them while I was doing the job

My Advice

To keep the screws straight to put them back in the right holes (They are different lengths and sizes) I put them just outside of the laptop next to the right hole

My Problem

When Apple recalled my late 2009 iMac because of hard drive issues, I was busy / procrastinating / lazy / traveling / etc. The computer still worked, and while everything I had was backed-up and in the cloud, I couldn't upgrade to Yosemite because it recognized the serial number of a recalled HD and refused to play along. This prompted me to examine my options before paying someone to replace the HD. I came across IFIXIT online and was very impressed with the information provided, how remarkably easy it was to use the website, the prices, and the philosophy of "at least try to fix it".

My Fix

The repair was a definite success. The directions and online help were invaluable. The only technical issue I had involved the iMac HD cooling fan, which was warned about in the instructions. After installing the new drive and closing the computer back up, I had to open it again to undo the instruction for 'reversing the HD temp sensor connector'. Using some forum recommended software, I discovered that the particular new HD I installed (a Seagate 1TB SSD Hybrid) would work with the original connector in its original orientation, with no changes needed. I suspect that with manufacturing and design changing so rapidly, work-arounds in repair procedures that are needed one day are unnecessary at some point in the future. In any event, it provided another learning experience!

My Advice

Well done with your website. You have finally given me justification for refusing to recycle all those older Apple computers (I think my wife will thank you).

1) When putting everything back together I dropped the last screw into the computer innards because one of the magnets that hold the faceplate on whipped it off the screwdriver. I had to take everything apart again, but I refused to leave it loose in there. Even using needle-nose pliers to hold the screws was difficult for me because of the strength of the magnets. If there are real-world hints for solving this it would be good to know.

2) Having parts and suggested tools available and combined with the repair instructions is very much appreciated. It is truly one-stop shopping for both knowledge and function.

My Problem

The battery in my MacBook Pro was not holding a charge very long and I needed to replace the battery.

My Fix

I bought a great battery with super reviews that came with some tools but the P6 tool wasn't a P6 tool. So I came to IFIXIT to get a good tool set and after about 6 minutes had the battery all installed and the case put back together. The tools from IFIXIT worked great and felt very solid.

My Advice

I am a firm believer in the right tools make a job go smooth. Never skimp on tools. Between the tool kit and the battery, I still got the job done for less $$ than if I took the MacBook Pro to the Apple Store :)

My Problem

used to open iphone 6

My Fix

excelent made the job easy

My Advice

none

My Problem

I had an Apple Service center replace the top half of my MacBook pro 15" due to a crack in the screen. Ever since then I've had horrendous wifi reception. When I talked to them they said I'd need to drop it off for 3-5 days for "diagnosis". I was 99% sure they hadn't reconnected the Wifi antenna correctly, but still, they wouldn't just open it up and look at it (even with the Applecare #)

My Fix

Took out the screws, found the loose antenna connection, connected it, and closed it back up. Instant happiness. Took 10 minutes tops.

Used the Pentalobe driver to open the back case, and used the precision tweezers to grab the insanely small connector.

My Advice

If you have a modicum of mechanical ability, many common problems can be fixed. Granted, this could have been a more serious problem, but I didn't lose 3 days without my main work machine in order to tell me something that I already knew (WiFi reception was poor, most likely due to antenna not being connected).

My Problem

Basically, my original hard drive has served well for the last 8 years, but was finally fading. It just couldn't handle being the boot drive anymore, and kept getting lost when I tried to boot from it. In Recovery mode, it would only sometimes appear in Disk Utility: sometimes looking just fine, sometimes appearing as an unreadable unformatted disk, and sometimes just not showing up at all. Booting from an external drive, I did manage to salvage all of my files, but even booting from the external, the internal just sometimes didn't feel like playing. I tried everything to salvage it, including several reformats and reinstalls, but nothing would save it. For about 2 weeks, I just lived with simply booting from the external all the time, never knowing if the internal would be in a mood to work. But it's a USB external, not something smoother like a Firewire, so I just wasn't enjoying my old Mac as much as I usually do. So I decided to get a new drive.

My Fix

The repair went very smoothly. I've opened it up before to dust it out, so that wasn't so difficult. Once you pop the glass, the bezel, and the screen off of it, it's just a simple matter of popping the old HD out and the new one in. Probably my biggest difficulty was that my big fuzzy cat was intensely curious about the process, and stray cat hairs kept getting inside, especially between the LCD and the glass as I was trying to put it back together. Overall, it took me about an hour, but mostly because I was very curious myself, and spent a lot of time just looking at how the guts of the thing were all connected. I had fun, and I like that this new drive is significantly larger.

I had so much fun with it that I kind of wish I could do more upgrades to it, like swapping in a more modern GPU. Alas, my research indicates that the 2600 it came with is the fanciest GPU it will accept. And it's still working fine, just getting dated. Oh well.

My Advice

Keep the cat in another room.

Also, I think what ultimately did in my old HD was too much heat over the long-term. As it gets older, it seems like this iMac's automatic fan speeds are no longer accurate or sufficient, even if you dust it out regularly. I recommend any one of the many open source fan control programs out there to ramp up the fan speeds a bit. Try to keep things under 50° C if you can.