repair kit


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repair kit

[ri′per ‚kit]
(engineering)
A group of parts and tools, not all having the same basic name, used for repair or replacement of the worn or broken parts of an item; it may include instruction sheets and material, such as sandpaper, tape, cement, gaskets, and the like.
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For now the iFixit repair kits, which are already available for purchase, focuses on helping smartphone owners repair with the most commonly replaced parts, namely the screen and the battery.
Epoxy stick repair kits are easy to carry around, store and prepare, and pipe repair bandages or stretch and seal solutions require minimal preparation.
Habitat started distributing emergency shelter kits just days after Haiyan struck, shifting to shelter repair kits as needs changed.
Airbus says it has found a fix to cracks detected on 'non-critical' brackets in the wings of some 'superjumbo' A380s and is providing repair kits - and the planes were and are safe to fly
Your repair kit may include two different versions of the same part, one for newer and one for older-model faucets.
As pokesm an for Gloucestershire PCT said: "It is true that a cap repair kit could provide a temporary fix.
The free repair kit will be sent to crib owners who have pre-registered or who register now on Simplicity's Web site: www.simplicityforchildren.
TOILET REPAIR KIT is designed to be convenient for both consumers and professionals.
Essencia's Jojoba Lip Therapy ($9.50), on the other hand, is an all-natural plant-based repair kit for suffering lips.
He claimed that doctors treating Sgt Thomson were angry at not being able to save the leg because they lacked a vascular repair kit.
SERGEANT THOMSON'S leg could have been saved by a basic vascular repair kit costing just pounds 50 used to stem the flow of blood.
The company's transformer leak repair kit is a complete do-it-yourself system for repairing transformer gas and oil leaks.