iPhone stuck in Recovery ModeHey all! So, several months ago, my phone started respringing every couple minutes, for no apparent reason. It got to the...
Respuesta a "How do I repair damage heating element for carafe?"From the official Hamilton Beach FAQ, it does not appear that heating elements are repairable or that they will sell internal parts to customers, so you will not be able to get any parts or help from the company. There are a couple replacement guides for heating elements that may help you: Hamilton Beach 49980A Large Heating Component Replacement Hamilton Beach 49980A Small Heating Component Replacement These repairs are both marked as very difficult, so if you don’t have experience with what you’ll need to do, I would suggest returning the coffee maker and buying a new one.
Respuesta a "Where can I get a screen replacement for TI-nspire CX calculator?"TI doesn't offer first-party parts, so you'll either have to find a for-parts model on Ebay or find parts on a site like this: https://world.taobao.com/item/1957647300... The hardware revision of your calculator will affect which screen you need, could you tell me the short combination of numbers and letters on the back of the calculator, to the right of the serial number? Once you have a screen, these guides should help you swap it out: Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX Defective Button Repair https://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php...
Respuesta a "Stripped 1.1 mm Y000 screw on home button bracket"There are a couple different solutions you could try: Take a rubber band and stretch it over the top of the screwdriver, then try to unscrew the screw again. Sometimes, this is enough to fill the gap between the screwdriver and what has been worn away on the screw. You can also try this with duct tape. You can also try a bigger size of screwdriver. If you have a slightly bigger size, it may fit the stripped screw better than the smaller size will, depending on how worn the screw is. You could put some superglue on the tip of the screwdriver for a better grip on the screw and then try again- make sure you’ll be able to get the glue off afterwards, though. If you’re running out of options and you happen to have a soldering iron, you can solder your screwdriver directly to the screw, which should give you enough strength to get it out. Finally, if nothing has worked for you and you’re willing to try something a bit more risky- if you have a precision drill, you can physically drill off the head of the screw...