[NF] MistahFixIt
Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada
 
 
The Fixer's Manifesto:

1) REPAIR > RECYCLING: Making things last longer is more efficient and cost-effective than mining them for resources.

2) REPAIR SAVES THE PLANET: Earth's resources are limited, and cannot sustain a linear manufacturing cycle forever.

3) REPAIR SAVES YOU MONEY: Fixing things can be free, or at least cost significantly less than replacement.

4) REPAIR TEACHES ENGINEERING: The best way to learn how something works is to take it apart!

5) IF YOU CAN'T FIX IT, YOU DON'T OWN IT: Corporations shouldn't dictate how we treat the things we pay for.

YOU HAVE THE RIGHT...

~To Open and Fix Your Own Things Without Voiding a Warranty
~To Devices That Can Be Opened
~To Proprietary Error Codes and Diagrams
~To Troubleshooting Instructions and Flowcharts
~To Repair Documentation for EVERYTHING.
~To Choose Your Own Repair Technicians
~To Remove "DO NOT REMOVE" Stickers
~To Repair Your Own Things In the Privacy of Your Own Home
~To Replace Any and All Consumable Parts Ourselves
~To Hardware That Doesn't Require Proprietary Tools to Repair
~To Availability of Reasonably-Priced Service Parts

The Maker's Bill of Rights [blog.makezine.com]
The Repair Manifesto [www.platform21.nl]
The Fixer's Manifesto [sugru.com]
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Torinir Dec 28, 2014 @ 10:02pm 
Kage - bed Nov 27, 2014 @ 2:02am 
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TeMpEsT Sep 11, 2014 @ 8:12pm 
Omg, a techy that uses an identical motto for gaining experience in fixing stuff. I learned how to not only fully repair, but also adequately maintain hardware effecientcy by simply taking apart the item of choice, I always say how I genuinely think a person who is capable of memorizing exactly how they took something apart, is most assuredly able to put it back together, and if you learn how to dismantle, and assemble you can fix it. CAN WE BE FRIENDS?! We share quite a uniquely similar opinion toward consumer purchases and repairs.
Kage - bed Aug 11, 2014 @ 5:04am 
Kage - bed May 27, 2014 @ 12:59pm 
Where are you? D: