NICE, good tips, i sometimes have troubles with those screws and that manufacturer-component-name was completely new to me. Do you have any example for an component?1. Whenever taking something apart, put the screws back into the threads after you remove whatever they where holding down. That way you won't lose any screws and won't ever have to wonder which screw went where.
2. After taking the cover/covers off or opening the case of whatever it is you're repairing, take a few pictures with a digital camera/phone for reference later on in case you can't remember how everything fit together or if there's a problem after putting it back together. It helps to take new pictures BEFORE each major step in disassembly.
3. When dealing with manufacturers or products where almost all the components have custom part number labeling, there's almost always spreadsheets available online that translate the manufacturer specific part number to the real part number.
and, welcome to ETO