My name is Julia and I'm an aspiring biomedical engineer at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Here at iFixit, I'm on the education team working alongside some of the most passionate and enthusiastic people that I've ever met. We work with students to create awesome guides that will empower consumers to fix their own stuff; yeah, it's a pretty cool gig.
A little about me, I was born in South Korea and adopted by two loving parents in Seattle. I love thunderstorms and curling up with a good book (or more recently, my kindle) next to a fireplace. I also love gadgets and finding more ways to complicate my life with them.
In my spare time, you can find me fixing printers and riding my baby blue Vespa scooter (Betsy) to Trader Joes. You really can't beat 85 miles to the gallon and stress free parking.
Answer to "Kindle fire touch screen not working"Hi Susan, A wonderful student group from the University of South Florida created a troubleshooting page to help you identify what's going on with your device. If you find that your screen needs replacing, you can find the part here and all of the tools needed in the iFixit parts store.
Answer to "How do I remove the keyboard from this, and replace it?"Hi! A wonderful student group created a replacement guide for just this purpose. Visit it here and feel free to add to the guide if you unearth some important information during your repair.
Answer to "What should I do if the watch hands don't move?"Chances are, your battery is dead or something has made the hands stick. To fix these problems replace the battery and if that didn't work, you'll need to clean the watch hands. Good luck!