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    Bringing broken devices somewhere to be repaired can turn into a pretty costly affair. Rather than spending tons of money to have your tech fixed at a repair shop, why not just figure it out yourself? Many small electronics repairs are pretty simple with some YouTube guidance and a side of Googling, and a toolset like Oria's 60-in-1 Precision Screwdriver Set can help you perform the fix all on your own at a much more affordable cost. Right now you can pick up the set on sale for just $11.19 when you enter promo code WMDPHLLW during checkout at Amazon. The kit is easily worth picking up even at its regular price, but with the code, you'll be saving $5 off its usual cost.

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