This is really based off of existing models, but essentially it would recruiting community members to do different things in hopes of hosting “fix-it” events for all sorts of electronics. Members could help with research, tools, sewing materials, and more. At these events, community members would actively be involved so that they learn how to fix the items they own as well.
It would reduce the number of items thrown away, thus reducing the amount spent on replacement items. It's empowering for people to learn how to fix their every day items and it really helps to build a strong community bond.