TR6 Torx Security Screwdriver

  • TR6 Torx Security Screwdriver / iFixit - Made in Germany
  • TR6 Torx Security Screwdriver
TR6 Torx Security Screwdriver / iFixit - Made in Germany

TR6 Torx Security Screwdriver

$6.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

Use this precision Torx TR6 screwdriver for DIY or professional electronics repair. The Torx TR6 screw is a security screw used to secure hard drives, hard drive brackets, and is used in the 2014 Mac Mini. The screwdriver head is also known as the Torx Security TR6 and is compatible with standard Torx T6 fasteners.

The iFixit Torx TR6 screwdriver features a knurled grip and rubberized, ergonomic handle with swivel top. Made in Germany with uncompromising quality in manufacturing, this precision Torx TR6 screwdriver is the last driver you'll ever need to buy. And to back that up, it's covered by iFixit's Lifetime Warranty.

Repair Stories

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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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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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Christopher Rodgers's Story Photo #1306604

My Problem

My 2014 1.4ghz 500 gb 5400rpm HD Mini has been slow from the start and only got more so as the years went on. Rather than buy a new machine, found a Samsung EVO 850 2.5" at $130 for the SSD and $35 or so for the iFixIt tools and voila.

My Fix

Ordered a USB to SATA cord for $15 from Amazon and connected the . . .

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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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My Problem

Laptop keyboard was failing.

My Fix

My mid 2010 MacBook Pro 15" keyboard was going out and leaving me frustrated. The nearest repair shop wanted 175.00 to fix it and I am on a very tight budget, so I attempted it myself. I dropped 17.00 on a new keyboard and 47.00 on your toolset and fixed it myself in abou . . .

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My Problem

This device was so slow that it was inappropriate to use even as a time machine server. After I replaced the 5400 RPM HDD with an SSD there was a noticeable improvement.

My Fix

The repair went smoothly after I reviewed the guide several times.

My Advice

Place a piece of tape on the bottom of the case situated to help . . .

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My Problem

I had a total hard drive failure.

My Fix

With the Ifixit step by step instructions, and the proper tools, replacing the hard drive was easy. Without the tools and instructions, I would have damaged something. Taking my time, the job took about 45 minutes.

My Advice

Just follow the directions step by step. Get a jew . . .

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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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