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Rishi Mar 8
why are your parts overpriced?
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Nat MacDonald Jan 6
Don't use shitty generic wall chargers. They fuck shit up.
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Rob 📱🛠💻 May 16
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Joshua Petrie Apr 25
Like riding a bike 😁
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Salvaged Circuitry Jan 24
Dead batteries don't just affect consumer electronics but test equipment too! Soldered in a new 2032 battery holder and bing bam boom, functional waveform generator 😀 Part:
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Aleeex Jun 15
Batteries, screens... and a happy doggo
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modstek Apr 13
Just paid $20 for this old yet cool laptop. Can ?
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Matt Zieminski Dec 27
Working on a new blog... A Study in Repair: "fixing all the things" is easier than you think
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Tobias Stöger Feb 22
Japadapadu! Open! Now let’s see if there is an issue with the battery 🔋
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Maelremrem Feb 4
Time to change my iPhone 6S battery
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modstek Apr 15
FIXED! with the help of my tool set.. price paid still $20
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✨¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ✨ Jan 28
Can really use toolkit for this bad boy…all four gone…
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Terra Field Dec 14
Replying to @RainofTerra
Forgot to add so now I did.
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Rich Tehrani May 23
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Ruben Dario Vasquez Feb 17
Can’t wait to get started! Thanks !
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BRAINDEMIC Feb 12
Another repair. Another happy workmate. It would appear word is spreading...
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The Wyrd Woodsman Mar 20
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ChristopheVanlancker Dec 25
Thank you for giving me an present for my birthday, finally managed to fix my floating record player <3
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YUUTA May 8
I’m gonna fix this extremely broken iPhone 5c! How can someone break screen like this?! 😂
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Brian Lockwood  May 29
Learning the model number via serial and then using to try and extract the hard drive computer club
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