4mm Screwdriver Bits

$4.95

Product code: IF145-200

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4mm Screwdriver Bits

$4.95

Product code: IF145-200

Product Overview

Replacement and Legacy bits for 4mm Drivers

Product Details

$2.95 Phillips #000

 

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New

$2.95 Phillips #00

 

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New

$2.95 Phillips #0

 

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New

$2.95 Phillips #1

 

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New

$2.95 Phillips #2

 

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New

$4.95 Pentalobe P2

 

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New

$4.95 Pentalobe P5

 

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New

$4.95 Pentalobe P6

 

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New

$2.95 JIS 000

 

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New

$2.95 JIS 00

 

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New

$2.95 JIS 0

 

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New

$2.95 JIS 1

 

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New

$2.95 Flathead 1.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Flathead 1.3 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Flathead 1.5 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Flathead 2.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Flathead 2.5 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Flathead 3.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Flathead 3.5 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Flathead 4.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Torx T3

 

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New

$2.95 Torx T4

 

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New

$2.95 Torx T5

 

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New

$2.95 Torx T6

 

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New

$2.95 Torx Security TR7

 

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New

$2.95 Torx Security TR8

 

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New

$2.95 Torx Security TR9

 

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New

$2.95 Torx Security TR10

 

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New

$2.95 Torx Security TR15

 

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New

$2.95 Torx Security TR20

 

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New

$2.95 Torx Security TR25

 

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New

$2.95 Triangle 3

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 0.7 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 0.9 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 1.3 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 1.5 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 2.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 2.5 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 3.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 3.5 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 4.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 4.5 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 5.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Hex 6.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Square 0

 

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New

$2.95 Square 2

 

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New

$2.95 Tri-wing 0

 

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New

$2.95 Tri-wing 1

 

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New

$2.95 Nut Driver 2.5 mm

 

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New

Notes:

Great for use in iPhone 6s and 6s+

$2.95 Nut Driver 3.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Nut Driver 3.5 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Nut Driver 4.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Nut Driver 4.5 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Nut Driver 5.0 mm

 

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New

$2.95 Spanner 2.2

 

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New

$2.95 Spanner 2.6

 

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New

$2.95 Spanner 3.0

 

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New

$2.95 Magnetic Pickup

 

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New

$2.95 Sim Eject

 

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New

$4.95 Torx Security TR6

 

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New

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Stories

My Problem

I had a bad battery

My Fix

Quick and easy instructions - step by step

My Advice

buy the whole kit (battery and tools) for convenience.

My Problem

The original battery was so low in "health" that it began shutting the computer off sporadically at charge levels lower than 50% - the computer was no longer reliable unless it was powered through the AC adapter.

My Fix

Your battery worked very well, starting off at around 30% charge and showing 99% health. There was a noticeable increase in speed - booting and opening applications.

My Advice

Beware of Java: A Java update came up almost immediately after boot-up, and I simply reacted to update Java - this may have led to several applications not opening or crashing. I have no real way of substantiating this, but I am now very hesitant about updating Java.

My Problem

I bought my iMac with only the platter drive because the SSD options were so expensive. After dealing with the slow drive for a while, I found a 256 gb PCIe hard drive on eBay.

My Fix

The guide was spot on. The only hard part of this repair is the screen removal. The directions are clear though, and the removal went perfect. The rest of the steps are basic, and anyone could do them. In fact, anyone could probably remove the screen. It is just stressful because it feels fragile and it is an expensive piece of electronics.

My Advice

I didn't buy the foam iMac pad to hold up the enclosure with the screen removed. I just laid it down on a soft surface. It worked just fine.

My Problem

Cracked Screen

My Fix

Isckack didnt stick because of a Tag that was already on the Iphone

My Advice

Buy the Nat

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My Problem

Friend spilled a soda on her Macbook Air. It would not boot. When I opened it up it was full of sticky brown goo as seen in first photo.

My Fix

Once the tool arrived opening the case was a breeze. I wish I had paid more attention to what I ordered. I ordered just the t5 pentalobe "bit" not the handle haha. Live and learn. I just used my manly grip and removed the screws. Unplugged all connectors, removed aircard and SSD. Thoroughly drenched with QD electronics cleaner. Let air dry for three days. Reapplied Arctic Silver to processor, reassembled unit, and fired her up!

My Advice

Just make sure you order the right tool. Use a quality electronics cleaner, unplug all connectors and clean all contacts. Don't forget to clean and reapply thermal paste to the processor while you're in there.

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