TR6 Torx Security Screwdriver

TR6 Torx Security Screwdriver

Excellent quality driver, great for everyday use and the occasional repair. A staff favorite!

$5.95

$5.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

Access your hard drive and much more

  • TR6 screws are commonly found securing hard drives to their brackets and sealing the 2014 Mac Mini shut.
  • Security drilling on this driver makes sure that you won't be stopped by anything, even though this driver still works great in non-security T6 screws as well.
  • Fixed drivers for commonly used screw sizes make a great complement to a 54 Bit Driver Kit for the frequent fixer.

Repair Stories

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Tyler Kussee's Story Photo #1007012
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My Problem

Needed the smallest torx ever

My Fix

I was surprised how quickly it came off.

My Advice

Steam controller doesn't require security model screwdriver.

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Raphae Halim's Story Photo #890532
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My Problem

The keyboard was faulty and Apple said it would need to change the entire upper case. So I thought I would do it myself as I love opening up and experimenting with stuff anyway :-)

My Fix

With the help of "http://www.insidemylaptop.com/how-to-rep..., it was a bree . . .

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Jeannie Crowley's Story Photo #843700
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My Problem

We have 70 2012 MacBook Pros, currently used by three 5th grade classes, that were very slow and up for replacement. Rather than buying new devices, the kids decided to "restart" their devices by replacing the original hard drives with new solid state drives.

My Fix

It took a lot of planning (purchasing eno . . .

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Galen Grote's Story Photo #873130

My Problem

The fan on my Macbook Pro 13" (mid 2012) was making this grinding noise. I took it to the Geek Squad (Best Buy) and they told me that it could cost in excess of $500 to repair and advised me to buy another computer. It is important for me to note that they referred to my laptop as "Very Old," and . . .

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tsuimingchen's Story Photo #865811

My Problem

I was getting 10 minutes of the spinning color wheel after every key stoke. The fine folks at the Apple said it could be because my mid-2009 mac was too old to run El Capitan and recommended I upgrade the HD and RAM since I can't afford a new computer.

My Fix

I am a complete tech novice and know very litt . . .

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My Problem

Battery goes to 0% from 20%

My Fix

Not successful. Screws turned out to be non-standard. iFixit tools did not fit in screw heads. I ordered torque screw drivers from iFixit and one other vendor. Neither fit. No worthwhile paying $100 for a store to repair as that would be about 20% of a new phone. I h . . .

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My Problem

I wanted to replace the original 5400 rpm 1GB drive with a Samsung EVO 850 500GB SSD

My Fix

The drive swap actually ended up being easier than I thought. Reattaching the WiFi connector to the logic was the part that took me the longest. Those connectors always get me :)

My Advice

Watch the video and take it slow.

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My Problem

bad drive -- replaced with SSD

My Fix

Great the tapes make attachment of the screen easy.

My Advice

take your time. Be sure to order the whole kit (with knife) each time as the place can get dull. Dull blades cause accidents.

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My Problem

I had a broken clutch cover (the black plastic cover between the screen and the keyboard).

My Fix

The instructions were very helpful, but I had a few issues (see below). Very happy with the end result with the crack in the clutch cover now removed.

My Advice

STEP 11 - I had a stripped screw - Phillips head (first time . . .

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My Problem

the glass of screen was broken

My Fix

Its go very easy with your help

My Advice

No

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