The big guys who control what most of us use everyday, are telling/selling, compelling us "do not attempt to repair your device." They say: "If you try to fix it yourself, you're inviting hackers. You'll have more troubles, serious troubles. Repairs must be done by our skilled technicians."
Apple, along with other phone makers, as well as Deere Co (maker of tractors), are lobbying and halting -- yes halting -- "Right to Repair " legislation. They're worried. They make billions from repairs and Right to Repair & Fair Repair is now in 12 States.
Get some handyman books on this and that ...
Take a look....
Pick up a tool or two....
This can be you.
All aspects of YOU yourself -- brains, brawn, and beauty -- are utilized when you fix it yourself.
It's a way to fight helplessness about wars, immigration, global warming, racial issues, healthcare, taxes, scary headlines, and it's good exercise.
Hey, if you yourself cannot make the-whatever-it-is work, use your brain, brawn, beauty to find a local expert -- ask folks who own or operate or work for businesses in your neighborhood for suggestions; check references; negotiate; make an appointment; watch what they do. And learn.
It's interesting. It's fun. I've done it. If I can do it, so can you.