Tools sold separately, by iFixit
It’s been a long time, but you will soon be able to repair your Microsoft Surface with official parts! While their warranty service is quite comprehensive, there comes a time when it expires and the price of getting repairs can be quite steep. The design of Surface devices is such that standard parts won’t fit properly, only custom parts will work. iFixit has been selling the tools, such as debonding cradles and battery protectors, for over a year, but until now, there was no official source for replaceable parts.
Older Surface models only get a limited amount of replacement parts, however newer models like the Surface 9 have a whole selection. You’ll be able to buy parts ranging from USB-C ports to screens and even SSDs if you want to make sure your storage is official too. The parts aren’t all cheap, a Surface Studio 2 Plus screen costs $1750 a little more than the $350 for a Surface Pro 9 screen, however once you’ve successfully repaired your Surface it won’t feel a bit wobbly.