Pro Tech Toolkit

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Product code: IF145-072-1

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Pro Tech Toolkit

$64.95 Was $100.00
You save $35.05!

Product code: IF145-072-1

Product Overview

70 tools help you dish out sweet repair justice.

  • The industry standard for computer repair technicians and businesses.
  • Tools selected based on data from our thousands of free repair guides.
  • Will tear down all mainstream laptops, cellphones, and flux capacitors.

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  $64.95

 

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Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty

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Personally or Professionally, this kit works where you do. ¶ 

The iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit has become the industry standard for electronics work, from garage hackers to government agency personnel. Contained in a sleek grey tool roll, the Pro Tech Toolkit will come with you wherever something needs to be repaired. Designed by the gadget fanatics that bring you awesome teardowns, the Pro Tech Toolkit will have you tearing down devices—broken or not—just to use the cool tools.

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Even if you don't have anything to fix yourself, you can still fix other people's things! Cell phone repair is a booming self-starting business. Students, stay-at-home parents, and entrepreneurs are all joining in to fix phones for their friends and locals, while making good profit for themselves. Apple sold 37 million iPhones in the 4-month holiday season of 2011, and while many of those phones get fixed every day, even more are simply thrown out. With the help of this tool kit, you could be making those phones run like new. By the time you’ve fixed five phones, this kit will have paid for itself!

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You don’t have to be a repair technician to find this kit useful. This kit is also great for anyone who has a phones, tablets, and laptops around the house. Our 54 bit toolkit and the various poking, prodding, opening, measuring, and grabbing tools that come with it will keep all your home’s electronics in working order.

This kit is great even for non-electronics. The small bits are great for doorknobs, eyeglasses, cabinet doors, sink fixtures, and more. If you are looking for a great addition to an artists or hobbyist's tool chest, look no further. The prying tools are great for sculpting clay and other materials.

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In addition to our thousands of repair professional and home tinkering customers, this kit has become very popular with domestic and international top secret intelligence agencies with three-letter names we can’t name here. Oh, and we’ve also sold kits to some computer company named after a fruit (not a pear or orange) and many of their competitors use the kits internally.

Tech Specs ¶ 

Dimensions: 2.5" x 5" x 10"
Weight: 1 lb 8 oz
Tool roll material: Nylon

 

Stories

My Problem

My wife inherited a 32gb iPhone 3GS that we decided to sell on eBay, but the battery was basically shot.

My Fix

The battery replacement went great, thanks to your video and guide, and the phone works like new. (Sorry, but I forgot to take a photo.)

My Advice

The ribbon cable connector (labeled #3) from the display panel is a bit tricky and delicate. An eye loupe or good magnifier would be useful to get a good look at it to see how it works before pushing and prying.

My Problem

My battery of my MacBook pro and the charge port of my iPhone 5

My Fix

I started with my Macbook pro that was simple. Then came the nurve racking part my iPhone 5. This is my daily driver and can't really afford a new phone at the moment. I was a little bit nurvese but I went foward and did my best. Taking the logic board was the hardest part. Second came putting the screen back.

My Advice

There are some parts of the charge port that you need to transfer that the guid does not tell you. Like the grounding wire that goes around the headphone jack. The little fome that is around the mic

My Problem

The problem I had with my camera was that I pointed a green laser into the lens and burnt it. Was a great idea to see all the beautiful colors on the screen but not such a good idea afterwards. After I did some research and found out that the high frequency light had damaged my camera lens I felt embarrassed :)

My Fix

So I began with ordering the wrong part. I somehow managed to order the iPhone 5 rear camera instead of the 5c. So thanks to the helpful lads at iFixit they set up RMA for me to return it and I ordered the right one.

The repair itself went well and quick. I've changed parts on some iPhone 4's and 4s before but the 5c was a lot more straight forward.

I also like to add that the Pro Tech Toolkit that I purchased with the part is by far the best precision toolkit I've had.

My Advice

Well the advice. Just beware of the front assembly cables that connect to the MB at the top of the unit when you lift up the screen. From there it's pretty much easy.

My Problem

Upgrading my Macbook Pro from 4g to 8g RAM. Replaced my old HDD with a new SSD.

My Fix

Repair went great. The tool kit I got from ifixit was really nice.

My Advice

Wish I knew about ifixit a few years ago.

Andy's Story Photo #464883

My Problem

MacBook Pro SSD replacement, MacMini HDD to SSD upgrade, MacBook Air WiFi replacement and SSD replacement for warranty service, iMac 5k Display screen replacement, Samsung Ultra book keyboard replacement, Sony Replace upper cover, Lenovo DC Adapter repair, Most of all my customer try to purchase middle or high middle of laptop and desktop then they ask me to upgrade there parts. With iFixit guide and tools - i am ready for any job. Even iFixit is on my iPad lol Good to go!!

My Fix

Toolkit that i purchase from iFixit works beautifully, perfect fit, perfect hold, and it hold my strength without bend it. wow love it so much.

The very new mac series i need help from iFixit guide and other then that i am good. However even hidden security nuts don't makes me nuts any more!! lol iFixit toolkit ready for it. Recommend it to all my tech members!

My Advice

well i failed with Mac mini and macbook air and macbook pro unlock. because iFixit does not have T6 Security Screws yet. Also toolkit that i purchase does not have t6 security screws, so i had to purchase from amazon.com / Other then that toolkit have every thing that i need and toolkit quality are 10 / 10 max point. best of best toolkit ever i use.!!!! recommend it!!!

My Problem

My son's macbook air started having an issue charging. You had to play around with the placement of the magsafe plug. Sometimes it would charge sometimes it wouldn't. After searching the web about solutions, I bought the I/O board from iFixit, along with the necessary tools, followed the excellent directions on iFixit, and now his air charges like it should.

My Fix

Very easy using iFixit guides.

My Advice

Read through iFixit guides before starting the repair, so when following the directions you have an idea of what you are doing.

I used a vegetable tray to keep all the right screws and parts together, with a piece of paper telling me what the parts are, and where the screws came from.

My Problem

Some one spilled something on the 3DS and the shoulder button on the right side was sticking.

My Fix

Sadly I stripped the screw before I decided to order the kit so the repair did not go well, hardly the kits fault which is fantastic.

My Advice

Wait for the proper tools for a job, rushing without the proper tools could lead to trouble.

My Problem

I bought the kit for my son for Christmas. It was a late gift but worth the wait. I'm not sure what he fixed, but he told me he's used it several times.

My Fix

The tools were exactly what he needed.

My Advice

He was amazed at the tools in the kit. He now has everything he needs to fix phones as well as other gadgets.

My Problem

My friends iPhone 5 LCD was broken

My Fix

Yes absolutely

My Advice

I think it was perfect, it doesn't improve

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My Problem

Okay, not a real war--my iMac has not accompanied me on any of my sojourns to Iraq. However, I am an instructor at a military school and my iMac is key to my ability to Photoshop maps and news articles in order to put my students in fictitious wars around the world. I came in off the Christmas holiday break and found that my 2008 iMac 24" (EMC 2211) would not power up. I was heartbroken to say the least. I have a government computer (Windows) but can't install any of my own software and so wouldn't have key tools for doing my job. I tried swapping power cords, trying a different outlet, removing and reinstalling the RAM--you name it, I tried it. Unsure of whether it might be the power supply or the logic board (after Googling to see what the common causes of this problem were), I went to see the folks at the Genius Bar, only to be told that they couldn't do any repair work on it and therefore couldn't really tell me what the problem was. So I decided to try the power supply repair, since it seemed most likely and was cheaper than the logic board (a logic board repair would probably have caused me to replace it instead).

My Fix

The repair was slow--but only because I had to wait several days for the replacement power supply to come in (the lingering effects of the holiday shipping surge). iFixit hadn't had the part on hand, so I went through Galaxy Hardware (galaxyhp.com) for the replacement part. Since I had my new Pro Tech Toolkit (which did arrive very quickly thanks to iFixit's speedy shipping), I decided to do the disassembly work anyway. This gave me the opportunity to clean the inside of the machine and to see if I could diagnose the problem even before the part arrived. Disassembly, using the Hard Drive replacement guide for the general steps and iFixit's supplement for removing the power supply, made the process easy. Since I had the iMac open, I was able to reconnect the power, right after getting the glass and bezel off, to check the diagnostic LEDs. No lights at all, which I guess could still have been either because of a bad power supply or a REALLY bad logic board, but that gave me confidence that I was on the right track. The toughest part was removing the LCD panel power ribbon cable from the bottom of the power supply, but an extra set of hands (provided by my lovely wife) helped steady the panel while I wrestled the cable. Once everything, including the old power supply, was removed, I gently vacuumed out all of the dust, and then replaced the bezel (with only a couple of screws) and the glass. When my part came in a few days later, I was able to install the new power supply and reassemble the iMac in only 30 min or so. I noticed immediately that the new power supply was a bit different than the old. While the old power supply had two heat sinks along its left-side edge, the new one did not. The package did, however, contain a rubber block that screwed into place and channeled the air that would have flowed over these two heat sinks back under the rest of the power supply. Before replacing the bezel and glass, I hooked up the power and, lo and behold, I had that magic diagnostic LED showing that the power supply was working. Let there be light! Let there be Joy!!

My Advice

You definitely need a second set of hands to handle the LCD panel while you disconnect the LCD power ribbon cable. If you lift the panel and set it on its left edge just above the iMac (assuming you have the iMac laying on its back) you should have enough slack in the ribbon to be able to remove the four screws holding the power supply in place so that you can lift it and THEN remove the power cable to the LCD. I didn't try this during disassembly, but I did leave the power supply loose while I reconnected the LCD power cable and then screwed it into place. I can't imagine reconnected that ribbon cable after the power supply had been screwed down.