After a bit of an accidental early start that was taken down, iFixit have now actually properly launched their Steam Deck replacements parts and various guides for each part to fix or replace yourself.
The Steam Deck scored a 7/10 on their repairability score which they said is "very respectable" but there are certain issues, like the battery not being very accessible and the USB-C port being soldered right to the motherboard. See the guides here and the components here, plus see the iFixit announcement.
Currently, it seems there are still some parts that are missing including: the battery, audio board, touchpads, heatsink, all action buttons are missing including the D-pad, SSDs and the motherboard we saw before is also not available. So it's not yet the full thing but it's vastly better than what other vendors do.
Here's a fresh breakdown on the parts and prices:
- Right Trigger Button Assembly - £7.99 / $7.99
- Left Trigger Button Assembly - £7.99 / $7.99
- UK charger - £24.99 / $24.99
- EU charger - £24.99 / $24.99
- US charger $24.99
- Screen Adhesive - £4.96 / $4.99
- Battery Adhesive - £4.96 / $4.99
- Front Plate - £24.99 / $24.99
- Back Plate - £24.99 / $24.99
- Right Bumper Button Assembly - £6.99 / $6.99
- Left Bumper Button Assembly - £6.99 / $6.99
- Speakers - £24.99 / $24.99
- Steam Button Rubber Membrane - £4.99 / $4.99
- D-pad Rubber Membrane - £4.99 / $4.99
- Action Button Rubber Membrane - £4.99 / $4.99
- Screen (64GB / 256GB) - From £59.99 / $64.99
- 512GB Anti-glare Screen - From £89.99 / $94.99
- Fan - From £24.99 / $24.99
- Right Thumbstick - £24.99 / $19.99
- Left Thumbstick - £24.99 / $19.99
Not all of them actually correctly show up in their store list too, so it seems like they're still tweaking it. The thumbsticks for example don't actually show in the list for me right now, but their store pages are live and linked from inside the guides.