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T6 screwdriver for Macbook Pro?

uh... I have a T6 but it doesn't fit my laptop. I need someone who knows for sure what will fit and what wont.

 

no need for sass in my thread

 

Why don't you go to iFixit website and see their guides, they tell you which screwdriver you need.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

(Mods- Idk if this should've gone in "Laptops" or here, so feel free to move the thread)

 

I was at the beach a few days ago and some sand got under the shell of the bottom of my laptop, making a scratching noise every time i place it down on a hard surface. 

 

I have a Retina Macbook Pro early 2013, and I'm looking for a T6 screwdriver that fits the screws on the bottom. Please don't suggest an iFixit kit, Im just looking for this one tool at a fairly low price (it can be crappy, as I only need it for this time)

 

Thanks,

-MLGKermit


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(Mods- Idk if this should've gone in "Laptops" or here, so feel free to move the thread)

 

I was at the beach a few days ago and some sand got under the shell of the bottom of my laptop, making a scratching noise every time i place it down on a hard surface. 

 

I have a Retina Macbook Pro early 2013, and I'm looking for a T6 screwdriver that fits the screws on the bottom. Please don't suggest an iFixit kit, Im just looking for this one tool at a fairly low price (it can be crappy, as I only need it for this time)

 

Thanks,

-MLGKermit

Is it that hard to google?


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You don't need to buy the iFixit kit, you can buy individual or small sets of screwdrivers from their site.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is it that hard to google?

 

uh... I have a T6 but it doesn't fit my laptop. I need someone who knows for sure what will fit and what wont.

 

no need for sass in my thread


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uh... I have a T6 but it doesn't fit my laptop. I need someone who knows for sure what will fit and what wont.

 

no need for sass in my thread

 

Why don't you go to iFixit website and see their guides, they tell you which screwdriver you need.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Why don't you go to iFixit website and see their guides, they tell you which screwdriver you need.

 

thats better

 

thanks, its a P5


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