The website iFixit has long been known for its electronics repair kits and for its very public stance that repair manuals should be accessible to everyone. Thats one of the foundational arguments of the broader right to repair movement, which lobbies that regular consumers should be able to repair the products theyve purchased—everything from smartphones to washing machines to farming equipment—without violating a warranty. Now, in the time of COVID 19, iFixit and a prominent consumer interest...

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