T3 Torx Screwdriver

$9.95

Product code: IF145-041

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T3 Torx Screwdriver

$9.95

Product code: IF145-041

Product Overview

This size bit is also available in our popular 54 Bit Driver Kit , carefully designed to include the most common and often hard to find driver bits used in electronics repair.

Product Details

$6.95 Economy

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Great quality German made driver. Gets the job done just fine for the average Joe and semi-pros.

$9.95 Pro / ESD / USA

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Top of the line professional made in USA driver with swivel top ESD safe ergonomic handle.

Lifetime Warranty.

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Stories

My Problem

The rear facing camera was not working.

My Fix

I fixed it following the ifixit guide.

My Advice

Check to make sure that the phone is working and can be charged before putting the casing back on.

My Problem

I change some flex

My Fix

Very good

My Advice

Yes

My Problem

My son pretty much wore out his USB jack. Super simple fix with the tutorial and parts from iFixit. Now on to my daughter's headphone jack.

My Fix

Excellent

My Advice

Just verify which Kindle version you have before ordering parts.

My Problem

My phone slipped from my hand and landed face-first on some pointy cobblestone street. Needless to say, the digitizer became useless, and I think some of the circuitry got damaged too, because the image was distorted

My Fix

Peeling out the back was more difficult than expected, and the tab that is supposed to help removing the battery connector was a tad too flimsy (it broke!, but you can take out the cable being a bit patient and not too forceful).

Also, I'm still trying to replace the speaker/microphone grills. They're rather difficult to insert!

My Advice

Yeah, don't let your phone drop! The replacement screen is rather expensive.

My Problem

Both phones (iPhone 5 and Moto X) had batteries older than 2 years and required frequent charging.

My Fix

Both phones were relatively easy to repair. Your guides and uTube videos were very helpful. Also other uTube videos not from ifixit were informative as well. Be very careful to check the iPhone power switch cable connector, took me 2 additional disassemblies before I got it right. Both repairs went great, saved a ton of money and did not have to switch phones.

My Advice

Take your time and don't force anything. Make sure you are getting a new battery. People are selling used batteries on eBay and Amazon.

My Problem

RROD

My Fix

Repair was easy enough, just followed the directions. May want to watch a video or 2 on the X clips, pretty easy to destroy the whole motherboard if you screw this part up.

My Advice

The whole process was pretty easy. To do the reflow, instead of initially heating the board with the heat gun, I put it in the oven at 200 degrees for 10 min to uniformly heat the board before I started; it's not too hot to hurt anything. From there I heated each of the chips with the heat gun on high for about 4 minutes total and then let the motherboard sit for about an hour.

My Problem

battery failing after more than a yr of use

My Fix

slow and moderately difficult due entirely to motorola's efforts at stymieing your ability to change out the battery. why not just throw it out and buy another?

My Advice

first, the paper clip as removal tool for the sim card did not fit my hole. had to rummage thru spouse's needle collection for the right fit.

two, the plastic opening tools where less effective than a few guitar picks. leaving some in place as you undo the back helps prevent it from trying to reseal itself. also minimizes cracks in the back.

three, special care needs to b made around the buttons due to the proximity of the button cable. loosening the back before and after is the safest way to proceed. I tore my on the volume side. no biggie as the set volume is fine for me and if I wanted to I guess I could replace it for about $7.

copious amounts of glue and tape and glue at the battery make for a lot of consternation. slow and steady. plenty of iopener use.

four, hope for a good replacement battery. got mine at factoryoutletstore for 31.61 all in. it showed 0 charge at start but within 3 hrs was almost fully charged and has restored my cell to its original state.wish replacement parts and tools were cheaper.

five, have joined your lobbying effort to get manufacturers on board with owner repairs, etc. good effort!

my tools arrived within a week. good job.

My Problem

Moto X screen replace

My Fix

It was great, fast, and easy!

My Advice

N/A

My Problem

The battery on my Slate tablet was in its final throes, so I decided to take to the place of purchase - national chain of office supplies, which hall remain nameless. I hoped they could change the battery there even if I had to wait for them to get one in stock, or they could send it out. I couldn't open it myself because of the tiny screws. Well, the kid looked at it and said they couldn't do anything and if I sent it to HP it would likely cost more to have them service it than it originally cost. I didn't want to give up just like that, so I went back to the internet and after looking at discouraging videos that involved cutting and soldering wires Ifound you guys.

My Fix

I ordered the inexpensive tools from you and a battery from another site, followed the tutorial you have posted, and was done in less than 10 minutes. The battery is charging as I write this, but I can see that the job was a success. Between the tools and the batteries I spent less than $60, which is about a third of what the tablet originally cost, so I'm really happy.

My Advice

The experts aren't always expert, so don't give up. This job was a snap, unlike most of my hardware store undertakings, which usually take 100 times longer than I planned and require at least three trips back to the store.

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