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Titre:

Can't remove tri point 000 screws in iPhone with ifixit bit.

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I'm having a difficult time removing the y000 screws in the iphone 7.   I got this bit from ifixit.   I don't feel like this bit is truly getting a good grip in the screw.  I've stripped  2 of them on the home button.   I need to remove the lcd plate and home buttom for a screen replacement.   Are these bits not high quality bits?  I've seen in other forums where they say it's crucial to have a quality bit or they'll strip easily.   I managed to get one off but the others won't budge.  I've had not issues with the phillips screws and easily got the camera off.  Now I'm going to have to take this to a repair shop and ask them to remove these screws for me.   I've tried using a rubber band and duct tape with no luck.    Anyone have suggestions on a higher quality bit?   I only have the y000 and y0 bits.  Not the y00 so can't try the next largest bit.

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iPhone 7

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Contribution d'origine par : hockeygirl ,

Titre:

Can't remove tri point 000 screws in iPhone with ifixit bit.

Texte:

I'm having a difficult time removing the y000 screws in the iphone 7.   I got this bit from ifixit.   I don't feel like this bit is truly getting a good grip in the screw.  I've stripped  2 of them on the home button.   I need to remove the lcd plate and home buttom for a screen replacement.   Are these bits not high quality bits?  I've seen in other forums where they say it's crucial to have a quality bit or they'll strip easily.   I managed to get one off but the others won't budge.  I've had not issues with the phillips screws and easily got the camera off.  Now I'm going to have to take this to a repair shop and ask them to remove these screws for me.   I've tried using a rubber band and duct tape with no luck.    Anyone have suggestions on a higher quality bit?   I only have the y000 and y0 bits.  Not the y00 so can't try the next largest bit.

Appareil:

iPhone 7

Statut:

open