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There will never be an end to "I need a ..." for those of us that like to tinker, but here is a good start:

Set of magnetic hex drivers that include 1.5mm, 2.0mm and 2.5mm.
Set of magnetic screwdrivers. (Lots of “electronics” sets out there)
Set of non-magnetic, anti-static tweezers.
Small needle nosed plyers.
Soldering iron and accessories.
 

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Never, ever use magnetic tools around computer chips and electronics. They make removing and installing screws easy but make replacing components ruined through magnetization expensive.
 

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I always use an anti static mat with earth clamp.
 

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There will never be an end to "I need a ..." for those of us that like to tinker, but here is a good start:

Set of magnetic hex drivers that include 1.5mm, 2.0mm and 2.5mm.
Set of magnetic screwdrivers. (Lots of “electronics” sets out there)
Set of non-magnetic, anti-static tweezers.
Small needle nosed plyers.
Soldering iron and accessories.
What about the Lens removal tool for under the motor, and arm, can be very difficult to remove without.

 
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Looks like you can get Carbon fiber self adhesive tape too, for more of a permanent repair, probably good enough to leave for a while.
 

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