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California Prop 65
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Straight forward. Worked the first time.
Use a clean white area like a anti-static mat. A head magnifier helps. The assembly requires patience as the screws are very small and hard for the average person to work with.
I thought I had a crack on the screen of my I-phone 4s, so I order a new screen and battery and I started taking it apart I broke one of the screws so I put it back together and ordered a complete set of screws for it. I got everything and I went to take it apart and when I took off the screen plastic cover I discovered that the screen was fine only the plastic and a scratch in it. So now I have everything I need to repair it if I ever get a cracked screen
look closely first
I got the tools as a basic set for my office, not to fix a problem I already had. I open up Nintendo carts, phones, poorly designed / broken stuff, and this is a good selection of tools to have to do that, it has many common and a few more rare security bits. It's nicely made.
First thing I did was remove the beeper from my phone's wireless charging pad. Ah...quiet.
Yes! The Jimmy is stamped out of a nice flexible stainless steel. It should have it's edges nicely rounded over to reduce damage to soft plastic cases. It isn't. I'll be doing that today, but other people might not have the proper tools to do that.
The head magnifier uses friction nuts to hold the visor up...but the left side loosens, it should have a left-handed thread...I'll be adding some locktite.