Phillips #0 Screwdriver

$5.95

Product code: IF145-005

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Phillips #0 Screwdriver

$5.95

Product code: IF145-005

Product Overview

Zero to Hero

  • The #0 size of the Phillips bit is the smallest "standard" size of Phillips screwdriver (of course Phillips #00 and Phillips #000 are smaller).
  • Great for laptops, desktops, game consoles, and much more.

This size bit is also available in our popular 54 Bit Driver Kit & 26 Bit Driver Kit, carefully designed to include the most common and often hard to find driver bits used in electronics repair. This driver is also a part of our Pro Tech Screwdriver Set.

Product Details

$5.95 iFixit

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Excellent quality driver that is built to last. Rubber handle with steel shaft and swivel top. A staff favorite!

$8.95 Pro / ESD / USA

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Top of the line professional made in USA driver with swivel top ESD safe ergonomic handle.

Lifetime Warranty.

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Stories

My Problem

Headphone jack connection became flaky. Typically only on channel would work (i.e. sound only out of left speaker)

My Fix

Followed "Samsung Galaxy S III Headphone Jack/Speaker Assembly Replacement" guide. Repair was very quick, cheap, and effective.

My Advice

The #0 Phillips seemed a bit too big for the screws. It worked, but had to press hard to prevent stripping. Generally speaking, I wouldn't say both pry tools are required for this repair. The big one seemed especially unnecessary. Could probably get by without the small one as well, but it was nice to have when connecting/disconnecting the ribbon cable without having to worry about ESD.

My Problem

Battery needed replaced

My Fix

Great

My Advice

Everything went well following the guide.

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My Problem

Had to upgrade my G4 Cube!

My Fix

Perfect! I feel like a brain surgeon!

My Advice

Make sure you get the right tools and follow the right guides! I know a website :-p

My Problem

Dropped the phone and the speaker stopped working

My Fix

Success! The new speaker assembly works like new and I have sound again. I should have been more careful taking the back off because I knocked two clips off - it still fits back in place but has a small creak to it.

My Advice

You DO NOT have to remove the battery. The guide states you have to remove the battery and I bought the spudger in order to do this. But even in the guide pictures it shows the speaker assembly being removed while the battery is clearly still in place. Don't buy the spudger and don't remove the battery - there was a youtube video I watched that confirmed this as well and everything went great.

My Problem

I was working at Starbucks when my friend Carlos saw me and came over to give me a hug. I knocked a whole bottle of Soylent on my keyboard. Eek.

My Fix

It took about two hours total. I was going extra slowly because I had not worked on a Macbook before. If I should need to do it again, god forbid, it could be an hour or less.

My Advice

The difficulty level is listed as moderate, but I would say it is low if you have built computers in the past. Memories of untangling SATA cables in mini towers and puzzling over new circuit boards that are DOA (Plush carpeting? I admit nothing!) made this feel easy in comparison. I made a point to buy the anti-static wrist strap anyway. Even though my current place has hardwood floors.

There is little agreement on the Internet about the correct method of grounding anti-static wrist straps. This is what I did. Imitate at your own risk:

Macbook adapter is not grounded. So I plugged it into a grounded power strip and plugged that into the wall. I turned the power strip off. Plugged the adapter into the laptop. Clipped the wrist strap to whatever metal laptop component presented itself (not an easy task--had to reposition multiple times).

Everyone made it through ok. Happily using new keyboard.

My Problem

A friend of mine has young children that were playing on their friends iPad and, after some elevated excitement, managed to drop the iPad. The bottom corner hit the ground and the digitizer shattered.

My Fix

The repair was initially difficult with the standard tools recommended. The plastic tools bend too easily with the shattered glass. After reading some tips from other users, I decided to give an exacto knife (slightly blunted) a go instead and thankfully it made a world of difference.

The iOpener worked well for me and the childrens friends are happy with the high quality product that iFixit provided.

My Advice

If the glass is severely shattered, use an exacto knife to pry out the glass, the blade helps cut through stubborn adhesive too. The glass pieces shoot off everywhere so I highly recommend taping up the glass first and using eye protection. Make sure there is no glass residue or chips on the LCD or surrounding the LCD as it will scratch and possibly burst the LCD if it gets trapped under the new digitizer.

My Problem

it was headphone jack was beoke

My Fix

good

My Advice

thanks

My Problem

1/3rd the price of visiting the Apple store.

My Fix

Your online videos show how to fix a 'perfect' screen that has no cracks at all. In reality, it's MUCH more difficult than what is demonstrated in your guides. My iPad was shattered into a million tiny shards. Those little guitar picks were helpful, but not strong enough to pry up the tiny little silvers of glass around the edges. I ended up using a small flat bladed screwdriver around the edge and a utility knife to scrape the edges free of all the glue and glass. I did use the iOpener magic tube of heat application to soften the glue which helped.

I did manage to get all of the glass and glue removed, then followed the procedure for removing the cables, cleaning the LCD, and then reassembling the replacement screen.

It works great now! Much better than looking through thousands of cracks in the screen.

My Advice

Yes, wear eye protection!! When you're bent over trying to pry off shattered, slivered glass, it will pop/fly up and get in your eyes. Protect them!!

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My Problem

Since the 5.0.2 update I got a bricked nexus 7...

It was not my fault, and I was out of warranty so I got pretty upset... and decided to go ahead by miself trying to repair it!

My nexus wouldn't go past the "google" logo, and after some online search I was convinced that it was a nand problem, and that the motherboard had to be repaired.

My Fix

I have a computer science degree, so I'm good with software, but electronics? ...well, I'm not good at it :) But I took courage and decided to do it slowly and precisely by following the instructions.

By using (some of) the teardown instruction and some online videos I was able with just a few doubts and trial and errors to extract the motherboard and the two webcams, I then replaced the motherboard by following the reverse instructions and... in less than 30 minutes I was already done and my nexus 7 was back to life in no time!

My Advice

Expecially if you are not so experienced about this stuff, do it slowly and genlty, follow the instrucitons and if you have some doubts find some online video to clarify it.

Replacing the motherboard is way easyer than I expected, so with a little patience you'll be able to do it with almost no effort.

Go ahead and: have fun!

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My Problem

My mid-2012 unibody MacBook Pro was being throttled, no more RAM, and before throwing it out the window thought I'd try adding the RAM.

My Fix

The repair went smoothly - and I'd never opened my laptop before so wasn't sure. But the guide was clear and it went great.

My Advice

I ordered 2 Phillips head screwdrivers because I had read conflicting advice: #0 and #00. I actually used the #0 as recommended and it worked great.