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Handy website with step by step tips on how to fix 1000's of different items

There's an app too

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dozuki.ifixit
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#1
Very useful site. Heat added :)
It's in the App Store too!
#2
Really great one. Thanks.
#3
The app is grate
4 Likes #4
Just downloaded this 'Grate' App :)

maxmix
#5
Thanks for this
#6
Thanks
#7
Thanks
#8
Use this site and iPad app for repairing phone, era all useful and great site by step tutorials. Off to google play store I go. Heat added :)
#9
Thanks OP :)
#10
ta muchly :)
#11
Have some Heat great find OP :D
#12
Added to my favourites. You never know....! heat added.
#13
really useful thanks
have some heat :)
1 Like #15
ravat786
The app is grate
as in drain cover? or cheese utensil?
#16
Great app thanks
1 Like #17
Pity its not a UK app, especially the vehicle section
#18
Great find, thanks
#19
mdekq007
Handy website with step by step tips on how to fix 1000's of different itemsThere's an app toohttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dozuki.ifixit
There are lots of similar sites. Some are very good. This one is not much good for those of us in the UK because it relates to items on the US market.
#20
joneeboy
mdekq007
Handy website with step by step tips on how to fix 1000's of different itemsThere's an app toohttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dozuki.ifixit
There are lots of similar sites. Some are very good. This one is not much good for those of us in the UK because it relates to items on the US market.

Have you links for these sites? You may have a point with vehicles but other items are pretty much internationally universal
#21
thanks op
#22
mdekq007
joneeboy
mdekq007
Handy website with step by step tips on how to fix 1000's of different itemsThere's an app toohttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dozuki.ifixit
There are lots of similar sites. Some are very good. This one is not much good for those of us in the UK because it relates to items on the US market.

Have you links for these sites? You may have a point with vehicles but other items are pretty much internationally universal
You mean there is some relationship between, for example, giant 110v US brand 15Kg washing machines and spin dryers, UK ones, Gateway laptops, or the many other US brands that are not sold here?
As to whether I could give links to similar sites, I could, but there are so many, dozens at least, and not appropriate for here, as they are hardly 'deals'. The first place that anyone should be looking for repair data is on the manufacturer's site. If not available there, then you can Google for data about whatever you have a particular problem with. Most people that need maintenance or repair data for numerous different items on a regular basis already know where to get it, and few others need it to that extent. For example, try 'repair my iphone'......
#23
joneeboy
mdekq007
joneeboy
mdekq007
Handy website with step by step tips on how to fix 1000's of different itemsThere's an app toohttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dozuki.ifixit
There are lots of similar sites. Some are very good. This one is not much good for those of us in the UK because it relates to items on the US market.

Have you links for these sites? You may have a point with vehicles but other items are pretty much internationally universal
You mean there is some relationship between, for example, giant 110v US brand 15Kg washing machines and spin dryers, UK ones, Gateway laptops, or the many other US brands that are not sold here?
As to whether I could give links to similar sites, I could, but there are so many, dozens at least, and not appropriate for here, as they are hardly 'deals'. The first place that anyone should be looking for repair data is on the manufacturer's site. If not available there, then you can Google for data about whatever you have a particular problem with. Most people that need maintenance or repair data for numerous different items on a regular basis already know where to get it, and few others need it to that extent. For example, try 'repair my iphone'......


OK joneeboy. Thanks for the tips!
#24
Must remember to use this myself rather than spend ages Googling to begin with.
:)
#25
This site was featured on the excellent Jaques Peretti programme on BBC2 at the weekend "The men who made us spend". It was started because the guy was so angry when his ipod battery died after 18 months of use and apple told him he would be better off buying a new ipod because there was a $250 charge to get it mended. Built in obsolesence is just accepted nowadays but why should it be?
#26
GrumpyOldMan
This site was featured on the excellent Jaques Peretti programme on BBC2 at the weekend "The men who made us spend". It was started because the guy was so angry when his ipod battery died after 18 months of use and apple told him he would be better off buying a new ipod because there was a $250 charge to get it mended. Built in obsolesence is just accepted nowadays but why should it be?
Absolutely agree. Interesting programme, and Peretti's viewpoint is spot-on. Companies like Apple are ripping off their customers and wrecking the planet - both at the same time. A compulsory minimum 5 year guarantee period on all products over a certain price would help deal with this, and put paid to the ludicrous levels of pre-planned obsolescence we now have to endure.
#27
joneeboy

You mean there is some relationship between, for example, giant 110v US brand 15Kg washing machines and spin dryers, UK ones, Gateway laptops, or the many other US brands that are not sold here


But Gateway laptops are sold here!

Acer sells Gateway PCs in Europe as Packard Bell.
#28
People repair things? How quaint.
#29
thanks
#30
Nice
#31
GrumpyOldMan
This site was featured on the excellent Jaques Peretti programme on BBC2 at the weekend "The men who made us spend". It was started because the guy was so angry when his ipod battery died after 18 months of use and apple told him he would be better off buying a new ipod because there was a $250 charge to get it mended. Built in obsolesence is just accepted nowadays but why should it be?

Watched that programme and very interesting and informative it was too. Strangely episodes 2 & 3 were available on iPlayer before episode 1
#32
Yes i feel bad that the world we live in now is used to throwing stuff away than repair it. Also economics dont match. We should have more repair shops offering competitive pricing
#33
I not sure if the app still on iTunes as o think they got there app removed due to opening up the latest iPhone and done a tear down of it
#34
jazferbetay
I not sure if the app still on iTunes as o think they got there app removed due to opening up the latest iPhone and done a tear down of it
http://i.imgur.com/oNhc9.gif
#35
looks good

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