(under)…the glass AND the glue ribbon. If this is achieved, begin going down the left side from top to bottom. Go across the bottom. I went all the way across but that was is easy to damage the lcd by touching it with the plastic wedge. Be mindful of the wedge and lcd. Work is small areas of 4 inches long when heating and lifting. The top area around the camera is a challenge. There is a metal plate covering the camera and mic. If you succeed in keeping the glass mostly whole and intact, this will help. Mine was shattered to !&&* around the camera - very challenging. As I worked I used a handheld vacuum with a brush attachment. The glass shards will scratch the screen underneath. Be careful! Use a static free cloth to get excess fish and glass off before the reinstall. Hope this helps.
I am here to help. First, this is advanced procedure and requires very steady hands and patience - most people don’t have that and will make a small error that ruins the entire job. I’ve installed cat stereos and worked on computer stuff for many years. Okay, so let’s talk tools. You will need a hair dryer. It is best to have one with a blower attachment. This funnels the hot air into a long horizontal funnel that is about 4 inches wide and 1 inch tall. Perfect for heating a specific small area. The next tool you’ll need is a set of car stereo installation wedges. These are plastic wedges designed for jobs just like this one. The plastic does not damage or scratch and is sharp enough to lift and cut through adhesive (I had to use a Dremel sander to make mine sharper because it was used for other projects). Now, the top is extremely difficult. I recommend starting on the top left corner. Your goal is to get the corner lifter and wedge under……..(continued)
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