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iPad 2 Screen Repair Guide - How to Replace a Broken Screen

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A step by step presentation walking you through the process used to replace a damaged screen on your black or white iPad 2. To find replacement screens and full DIY kits for your iPad 2 please visit: …

A step by step presentation walking you through the process used to replace a damaged screen on your black or white iPad 2. To find replacement screens and full DIY kits for your iPad 2 please visit: http://www.strivemobile.com/ipad-2-screen-replacement-repair-parts

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  • 1. How to Fix a iPad 2 Screen
  • 2. visit www.StriveMobile.com to purchase your DIY kit
  • 3. Be cautions of the two areas marked tothe left, as there are flex cables locatedin these positions that can be torn
  • 4. Continue working your wayaround, releasing all the adhesive holdingthe screen in place. On stubborn areas it isadvised to reheat them for another 15-30secondsOnce the final adhesive isreleased, flip the glass screen tothe left, being careful of the flexcable located in the bottom left
  • 5. Using your pry tools, begin cleaning the bezel(where the touch screen rested on your device)from any leftover adhesive or glass
  • 6. Use a pry tool to release the three(3) jaw connectors.With theconnectors released you can nowremove and replace either screen
  • 7. Reconnect the 2flex cables and fitthe LCD screenback into thedevice. Replacethe 4 small Phillipsscrews
  • 8. We can now apply new adhesive. We suggest doingthis directly on the bezel, not on the digitizer itselfIt is safe to place new adhesivein any location old adhesivepreviously was.The main areasto stay away from are cameraholes and sensor locations.You can now remove theadhesive film cover and placeyour new screen onto the freshadhesive. Be sure everythinglines up properly.
  • 9. And there you have it!Your iPad2 is now looking and working likenew again!Don’t forget to visit us atwww.StriveMobile.com to orderyour DIY Black or White iPad 2Touch Screen DigitizerReplacement Kit or LCD ScreenRepair Kit!