Hey Dan, Thanks for sharing! This is a really great overview of Right to Repair. I wish this could be required viewing for everyone. I also didn’t realize just how strict Apple was with their certification program. Just phone batteries and screens? :(
Hi Zafatenko, You can re-attach it but first you need to disassemble the screwdriver: (1) Unscrew the knurled portion from the smooth black section of the driver handle. (You can apply heat to the knurled section where they thread together to help soften the threadlocker.) (2) Once those two pieces are disassembled, run a 2.5mm hex through the smooth black portion to screw the brass post back into place. (3) After that is reattached, reassemble the driver. (You can reapply the threadlocker if you wish.) I hope this helps. Happy fixing!