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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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Glass should come with an already cut biadhesive and you would just need to moderately heat it up and apply little pressure to stick it properly in place unless there’s something out of place. Make sure with a good light source and a magnifier there are no old shards left in place. Housing replacements are likely never original parts and the glass may be thicker than needed..check with the original broken parts if you still have them around that thickness is the same.

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Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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Glass should come with an already cut biadhesive and you would just need to moderately heat it up and apply little pressure to stick it properly in place unless there’s something out of place. Make sure with a good light source and a magnifier there are no old shards left in place. Housing replacements are likely never original parts and the glass may be thicker than needed..check with the original broken parts if you still have them around that thickness is the same.

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Glass should come with an already cut biadhesive and you would just need to moderately heat it up and apply little pressure to stick it properly in place unless there’s something out of place. Make sure with a good light source and a magnifier there are no old shards left in place. Housing replacements are likely never original parts and the glass may be thicker than needed..check with the original broken parts if you still have them around that thickness is the same.

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