Tri-point Y1 Screwdriver

Tri-point Y1 Screwdriver

$7.95

$7.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

The tool you need to overcome security tri-wing screws.

  • Frequently used to deny users access to device internals, getting past is simple with the right tool.
  • Sturdy precision driver with a solid metal shaft, rubberized plastic handle, and spinning top.
  • Fits fasteners found on some Apple laptop batteries that use Apple Tool 922-8991.
  • Fixed-handle drivers make a great complement to a 54 Bit Driver Kit .
  • Upgrade to pro for an ESD safe professional-grade driver.

Also available as part of the Pro Tech Screwdriver Set

Repair Stories

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My Problem

My battery life was down to less than 2 hrs at best. The closest Apple Store is more than 5 hrs away. I knew it would take more than a few days if sent in to have them change it, not to mention the higher cost.

My Fix

I can't believe how easy it was and the clear instructions from iFixit. I had all the . . .

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My Problem

Battery would not hold a charge

My Fix

Could not have done it without the guide. There were a couple of steps when I had reservations about starting, but could not go back. It came out well. I would pay someone to do it Next time.

My Advice

Be sure you really want to do it yourself because there are many points wh . . .

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My Problem

The original trackpad was not tracking correctly and there was a battery warning.

My Fix

Good. Some trial and error while adjusting the trackpad, though.

My Advice

Removal of the bottom case, battery, and trackpad was very simple. Proper alignment of the trackpad and the top case was more difficult. If the side of . . .

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My Problem

My daughter's 2010 Macbook Pro was still in great shape, but couldn't run modern OS-Xs very well. I realized we could make it easily more powerful than most 2016 laptops for 1/4 the cost, and she'd still have ports and a DVD player!

My Fix

I was a bit nervous - the first time I ever attempted THREE simulta . . .

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My Problem

Trackpad wouldn't work or click. After some research, it turns out the battery went bad and became swollen, preventing the trackpad from functioning because of the pressure on it from the swollen battery.

My Fix

The repair was easy & straightforward. Follow the repair video on this site and you will be up & . . .

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My Problem

The trackpad was protruding about 1/8" on the left hand side of the Macbook. Easy enough to replace the retaining clip. As soon as I popped the back off, the battery was obviously toast.

My Fix

First off, you guys made it really easy to swap out the parts (I had ordered a new trackpad w/ mounting hardware . . .

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