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Hey there! I'm Craig and I'm one of iFixit's word wizards. In other words, I write content for the iFixit blog and inform readers about repair-related happenings, as well as explain the wonderful world of fixing things. I also write the occasional repair guide and teardown when I’m feeling up to it.

I've been writing about technology for over ten years, starting out as a writer and columnist in college for the student newspaper, eventually overseeing the publication’s web content and earning a spot as an Online Pacemaker Award finalist from the Associated Collegiate Press in 2011.

Before iFixit, I wrote for several other websites, including Lifehacker, Digital Trends, How-To Geek, and SlashGear. My love of tech and repair goes back much further, however, when I began tinkering with the family computer as a young and naive teenager.

I love getting my hands dirty with various projects around the house and in the garage, and I'm a strong advocate for the DIY movement. In other words, I don't call a guy when something breaks; I am the guy! And I always encourage others to pick up some tools and take matters into their own hands.

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  • Responder a:What parts are needed to completely rebuild my front end
  • Responder a:clean engine of a Briggs and Stratton 675 Series
  • Responder a:Can you really replace a PS4 motherboard?
  • Responder a:Why does the rpms get high when changing gears?
  • Responder a:Check engine light cluster