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-Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well, but I would leave the edges (path of the heat gun) of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of an odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.
+Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well, but I would leave the edges (path of the heat gun) of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of a burning tape odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.

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Editado por: toreskey ,

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-Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well, but I would leave the edges of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of an odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.
+Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well, but I would leave the edges (path of the heat gun) of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of an odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.

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Editado por: toreskey ,

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-Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.
+Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well, but I would leave the edges of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of an odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.

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Aporte original por: toreskey ,

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Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.

Estatus:

open