T4 Torx Screwdriver

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Product code: IF145-040

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T4 Torx Screwdriver

$0.95 Was $4.95
You save $4.00!

Product code: IF145-040

Product Overview

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.

Product Details

$0.95 Economy

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

30 day warranty

Notes:

We weren't happy with any of the cheaper T4 drivers on the market, so we had a batch of these custom made. Swivel top. Great quality driver. Gets the job done just fine for the average Joe and semi-pros.

$8.95 Pro / ESD / USA

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty

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

I switched to another phone so they were unable to transfer my contacts. With the screen cracked I was unable to access to pull them manually.

My Fix

After receiving the tools we got on and walked through the process of replacing on line and it worked great.

My Advice

I wish I had done this first before buying another phone. I would have kept it.

My Problem

The glass was cracked. It was too risky to attempt a glass only replacement, so I decided to place the glass and LCD combination.

My Fix

Upon removing the LCD ribbon cable, I discovered the black flip tabs on the board mounted connector. Flip those things vertically before attempting to remove the ribbons. There is a miniature cable connector for the ribbon cable the leads to the keyboard contacts. Similarly, flip the black tab vertically before removing the ribbon cable.

The LCD cracked while removing the glass and LCD assembly. I anticipated this. I would never recommend attempting to remove the glass only. Spend an extra $60 for the glass and LCD combination.

My Advice

Place the assembly glass down on a hot plate or cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil. Heat the Surface LCD screen and glass assembly to about 200 degrees fahrenheit in an oven to soften the glue which bonds the glass to the black frame. Use the plastic pry bar to locally separate the glass from the supportive black frame followed by a plastic card to slide through the glued region.

The Windows Surface RT uses T3 and T4 screws.

My Problem

I have a Microsoft Surface that was a victim to my childish anger management problem. One day I accidentally tapped the screen too hard and a minor crack appeared on the screen. Granted it sprawled across the entire sheet of glass.

My Fix

The repair went very smooth until I couldn't go any further because of the microscopic screws. I ordered the T4 and T5 screwdrivers from ifixit.com and the rest was simple.

My Advice

You have to have patience when replacing the screen of any tablet. Ensure you have all the required equipment for the repair, in my case, the screwdrivers were the primary tools I needed... next to the heat gun of course.

My Problem

The lens of rear camera of my wife's BB Z10 was cracked after she dropped the phone from the higher ground. It requires replacement and I contacted the local repair center. They told me to leave the phone for at least 48 hours, which doesn't make sense to me. Therefore I decided to fix it by myself. I purchased the parts from other shopping online source, and I bought the tools from iFixit.

My Fix

It went well. I followed all step-by-step procedures as instructed. The manual was very clear and easy to read. It took only 10 minutes for me to get it fixed.

My Advice

For replacing the rear camera of BB Z10, you don't need T4. The T2, Spudger, and Plastic opening tools are sufficient to do the job! Moreover, since most of the Z10 screws are painted with dark color, do it on the top of white color base (table).

My Problem

NO

My Fix

Sent it out to repaired

My Advice

no

My Problem

My Nokia N8 started turning off by itself and it dies in 5 hours after its fully charged. The T4 Screw driver was the perfect the size to open up the phone but I think my phone had a different problem besides that. The point is though, the screwdriver was perfect and it was great.

My Fix

It didn't really go the way I wanted it to go. The screw driver did its job just fine, my phone was just in time to go.

My Advice

I think Nokia N8 phones are really not meant to have their batteries replaced.

My Problem

My Loud Speaker had gone bad.

My Fix

It went well without any hiccups.

My Advice

Go for it.. If you have to do it yourself.

My Problem

Yes, once. Now I have tho replace another two touchscreens!

My Fix

Well... a little difficult for me the first time.

I only follow this guy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTRXSMQ-G...

... and the big problem was to get som kind of thin double tape or glue to stick the new screen...

My Advice

Nex time, I will follow (also) your N1 teardown:

http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Nexus-One...

My Problem

A broken screen on a Droid Eris

My Fix

It went well, this was the first phone I have ever repaired.

My Advice

Double check the inside of the glass before you close the phone.

My Problem

The power button on my Nexus One stopped working. In order to replace the power button, you have to replace one of the two boards. (The IO Board).

My Fix

I took a friends broken Nexus One and swapped the IO board. Its not as daunting as replacing a screen or digitizer, but give yourself some time. Also the tools provided by ifixit worked perfectly.

My Advice

There are a ton of little pieces. Label each screw that comes out because only a few are identical. Each go back into different places at *different steps* in the reassembly. Failing to get it right means you have to undo the reassembly and restart.

Also if you replace just the top IO board, you keep all your settings, root filesystem, and IMEI number and bootloader.

It does replace your camera, flash, rear speaker and a few other bits.

And strangely enough the IO board looks like an android.