Promise to Repair
Join fixers around the world and commit to fix more things this year.
Save money. Protect the planet. Make stuff work again.
You are awesome.
Repair is noble.
Take the Pledge
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I will learn to fix things I didn’t think I could.
I will buy things that are built to last.
I will fight for our right to repair.
And I will share what I learn along the way.
Welcome to the team.
Tell people about your pledge:
25412 people have taken the repair pledge:
We're just getting started.
Here is how you can help:
Defend your right to repair
If you own it, you should be able to fix, modify, and improve it. Many manufacturers claim that repair information is for their eyes only. That's not OK. It’s time to take back our right to repair.crwdns2891458:0crwdne2891458:0
Tell your friends
If you believe in repair, don't keep it a secret. Hang a Self-Repair Manifesto poster in your garage, office, or workshop. Print one yourself—or we'll send you posters for free if you cover shipping.Get the Manifesto
Donate used hardware
There are so many repair guides to be written that we've asked students to help. Donate a device to the University Tech Writing Program—you'll support education and help us write more critical repair instructions.Send a gadget
Join our action team
When repair comes up for a vote, we need a worldwide network of repair foot soldiers who will make phone calls, knock on doors, and spread the word. Are you ready to mobilize?Let's hit the streets
iFixit: Welcome to Repair 2.0
Our stuff doesn't just disappear when we toss it away. There’s no such thing as "away" anymore—especially when it comes to electronics.
Our castoff products are impacting the environment. But working together, we can improve lives, communities, and the planet.