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    How to Repair Major Appliances

    How to Repair Major Appliances

    Modern life is much easier because of major appliances: washer, dryer, oven, cooktop, dishwasher, refrigerator, water heater, and others. So it's important that we perform basic maintenance and repairs to ensure they work hard for[More FREE Help...]
    Help Others: Volunteer Your Fix-It Skills

    Help Others: Volunteer Your Fix-It Skills

    The Fix-It Club offers free repair help with more than 250 FREE Fix-It Guides including instructions on how to maintain and repair household things that break. If you've ever used one of our Fix-It Guides[More FREE Help...]
    How to Recycle or Reuse Broken Stuff

    How to Recycle or Reuse Broken Stuff

    The Fix-It Club can help you repair hundreds of household things that break: appliances, bicycles, cell phones, computers, electric fans, hair dryers, iPhones, microwaves, plumbing, slow cookers, tvs, toasters, yard trimmers, and more. But there[More FREE Help...]
    Easy Repairs for Retirees

    Easy Repairs for Retirees

    Once retired, many people find satisfaction in performing basic repairs around the home: electrical repairs, plumbing repairs, heating and cooling repairs, major appliance repairs, small appliance repairs, and more. That's where the Fix-It Club can come[More FREE Help...]
    How to Find Local Repair Help

    How to Find Local Repair Help

    The Fix-It Club offers more than 250 Free Fix-It Guides for repairing broken things around the home and garage: free repair help!. Occasionally you won't be able to or won't want to fix it yourself.[More FREE Help...]
    Easy Ways to Take Things Apart

    Easy Ways to Take Things Apart

    The Fix-It Club helps thousands of people each day for more than a decade with free repair help! One challenge that keeps many people from repairing things is figuring out how to take things apart — and[More FREE Help...]
  • How to Repair Electronics

    iPhone repair

    The internal battery in an iPhone is not easy to replace without special tools. Ask your phone service provider to replace the battery.

    What would life be without our electronic "gadgets": televisions, satellite systems, DVD players, CD players, stereos, cameras, smart phones, VCRs, and, of course, computers?

    Boring!

    We depend every day on these and other electronic devices to help us work, keep us connected, and keep us entertained. Fortunately, electronics are relatively trouble-free. Yes, internal programs may crash, but the devices themselves seem to last forever. How many still-operational computers do we store in the garage because their operating system or memory are out-of-date?

    So this is what the Fix-It Club thinks you should know to maintain consumer electronics.:

    • How electronics work
    • What can go wrong
    • How to identify a problem
    • What is needed for repair
    • The steps to basic repairs

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    Electronics Repairs

    That's how the Fix-It Club can help you repair electronics: by showing you how electronic devices work and how to make common repairs. In addition, the Fix-It Club includes FREE Fix-It Guides to help you answer related questions about:

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    Here are the FREE Fix-It Guides for Electronics Repairs:

    Keep your favorite electronics healthy and efficient. Learn how they work and what to do when they don't with free repair help from the Fix-It Club.

    --Dan "The Fix-It Man" Ramsey

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