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dhbgscott1821 08/08/2021 - 16:12

So I did the repair and now the screen won't press at the bottom (in certain parts) any ideas?

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Meli 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Hi so mine didn’t work out actually. Is there any reason that could be happening?

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Meli 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Very helpful

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Oachilis Goku 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Ok I'm taking it to an iPad repair store to fix my black screen of death

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Error-192837465 _________________ 08/08/2021 - 16:12

I bought a screen and the ribbon connectors don't connect

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Prodefy 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Is heat gun necessary?

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SniperThief YT 08/08/2021 - 16:12

The part where the button is the line on where it connects to that is bend to death what do I do

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SiimplyFairy 08/08/2021 - 16:12

My home button is literally about to fall off-

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Shiiro sama 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Do you know if a hair dryer on heat mode instead of a heat gun will be enough ?

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SoWyd ._. 08/08/2021 - 16:12

When I was trying to connect back my lcd screen to the tablet, something sparked out of it and when I try to turn on my tablet, nothing appears. Do you have any idea of what to do?

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David Dang 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Is this doable for someone who has no prior experience with this? Is it easy to mess something up so the iPad becomes unusable?

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legalisthebest 08/08/2021 - 16:12

I ordered a new screen but i have only universal super glue will it work

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Osagyefo Ghanaba 08/08/2021 - 16:12

What is the width of the adhesive tape? Is 2mm or 3mm or 5mm or 10mm?

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Moi Boulet-Lavoie 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Dang it, I'm getting a new iPad.

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bastymanguy 08/08/2021 - 16:12

So you not supposed to use the E8000 or B7000 for glueing the screen down? I figured that would be better than adhesive tape.

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Luke 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Great video! May I ask how to remove the iPad screen without breaking it?

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Patrick Hornsby 08/08/2021 - 16:12

The glue under the 4 screws is due to previous models having the screws back out.

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Marissa Smit 08/08/2021 - 16:12

on the edge of the lcd is some stuff and i removed that can i still repair it

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mohamed abda 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Would you be able to use b7000 glue for the home button? And what was that duster spray?

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Ryan O 08/08/2021 - 16:12

I noticed you didn’t take the battery screw out. I didn’t either. I replaced everything but now I have a black screen, no battery icon. Could I have over heated the LCD or could it have been the battery?

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CoolTrainer Xi 08/08/2021 - 16:12

black stuff may be Buytl

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David Tamayo 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Great!! Thanks!!

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legalisthebest 08/08/2021 - 16:12

16:03 is this a flex cable cuz I accidentally ripped it while peeling it

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xdong cheng 08/08/2021 - 16:12

thank you so much for sharing, you are awesome!

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Ryan Thompson 08/08/2021 - 16:12

thanks very much for a great tutorial

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Brian Augenstein 08/08/2021 - 16:12

I know this video is about a year old, but a customer pointed me to it and I would like to correct a few things for anyone still watching and thinking about repairing it on their own.
1. ALWAYS use safety goggles. Even if your screen isn't that "spidered" it only takes 1 shard of glass 1 mm across to end your sight permanently in that eye. ALWAYS use an ESD (electrostatic discharge) wrist guard (once you have glass removed and unit is opened up in this case) and NEVER perform this repair with carpet underneath you.
2. NEVER use a hair dryer, always use an adjustable hot air gun. Decent ones start at $50, and better ones are 75-100.
3. NEVER use a metal pry tool like this guy did. They are for experienced people that know EXACTLY where to pry, and where not to. Buy a cheap pack of playing cards and use those to slide under instead after using a small flat (and dull) xacto blade to lift up the edge. If you feel abnormal resistance, then you likely are not properly underneath the adhesive, or it is not hot enough. Mark the spot with a marker and start somewhere else, or reheat and try again. Remember that the adhesive strips are typically 1/8th of an inch wide thereabouts in most places, but there are places that are smaller. For novices, watch this video and mark with a permanent marker where the cables are at so you remember, it's much easier.
Also, if you happen to slide the card in too far and you can see it beyond the inner rim of the digitizer, you are less likely to permanently scratch the LCD screen. (Maybe some adhesive residue you have to GENTLY clean off, but that's about it.)
4. When you are dealing with the "gunk" under the screw holes of the LCD, you can also use the hot air gun to release them, just remember to wiggle the hot air gun back and forth while you GENTLY lift on the LCD near the corner so you don't damage the LCD corner with heat or burn your fingers. If it's too hot through your gloves, then it's too hot for the LCD.
5. If you ordered a cheap replacement screen off Amazon and your sensor panels around the viewable glass area are exposed and there isn't already a pad or buffer on top of it, send it back. DO NOT try to cover it yourself. It is VERY easy to damage these sensors, and even the oils from your fingers can do it, or can corrode them later on. (You should be wearing pierce and heat resistant gloves anyway.)
6. Also, if adhesive is NOT preinstalled, send it back, unless you are familiar with how to use very thin pieces of adhesive, this is VERY difficult for a novice or the inexperienced to do correctly.
7. NEVER use Loctite, or any other Permanent type adhesive substance. It guarantees you will never be able to do a repair the same way again. At least not easily.
8. To clean the edges of the chassis where the old adhesive was, you may (CAREFULLY) use a small flat razor xacto blade (preferably dull) to scrape adhesive. You may also dip the blade into 99% isopropyl alcohol first to help with the removal. DO NOT use anything other than 99%. It does not evaporate and leaves residue and contaminants behind and your new adhesive will not adhere as well.
9. ALWAYS take a can of air and (holding the can of air as upright normal as possible so you don't spray liquid) blow off the LCD screen and inside of the Digitizer before you place it down for testing AND AGAIN before final adhering.
10. When you test the new digitizer, also test your home button functionality. The touch will not be exactly functional as the sensors will still be a bit wonkey because the glass isn't perfectly flat. As long as you can touch something and it responds, cool, it works.
11. And this one should arguably be the first… If you are not comfortable AT ALL with ANY of this repair, DO NOT ATTEMPT IT. Yes, by getting the tools and digitizer yourself you might save 50 or 60 bucks vs. taking it to a repair shop, plus you now have proper tools for another job in the future. But is it really worth that? If you are going to do a "one and done" repair, it's really not. If you have no interest in doing any other types of repairs, or aren't comfortable with electronic repairs, then just pay the extra and let a professional do it. Find one that has good reviews and can explain the process in depth to you prior to selecting one.
Plus, whether doing it yourself OR using a professional 3rd party repair service, you are indirectly supporting the right to repair movement, and telling Apple and other big companies to go take a hike with their BS.
Hope that all helps. Otherwise, this is a semi-decent video, and if nothing else explains the common things that inexperienced people wouldn't necessarily be aware of.
Edit: Original 4 and 6 were removed due to this being a model that does not have the requirement to slide a pick under the battery connection. Wish apple would make up their freaking minds.

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Swappr 08/08/2021 - 16:12

i love how he accidentally did a face reveal through the lcd

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Kevin Rodriguez 08/08/2021 - 16:12

hi im having trouble , i just changed my screen and my screen is black and white
and i have new home button

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IamNishaJ 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Thanks so much for this video! I have to replace the screen of my iPad A1893. I’m going to start it Tuesday when all of my supplies get here 😃

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Michael Sparks 08/08/2021 - 16:12

I replace the screen on mine but the home button won't work and I put it in where it goes

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Peter Xuan 08/08/2021 - 16:12

I think the black goo in all four corners is for the apple employees to tell if it's been opened before because for those with apple care coverage, it would void the warranty.

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Kam Syed 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Please keep microphone close to you..we don't know what you are saying

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bassy blues♭ 08/08/2021 - 16:12

I did it and now it dies at 30 percent

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shufflephunk 08/08/2021 - 16:12

I have a new lcd screen and a new frontscreen but the screen snows? I dont understand? Also my a1954 has black parts left and right next tothe camera, but i donot see them on all videos of screen replacements not even on ifixit? How?

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Poerqe Yarie 08/08/2021 - 16:12

The top part of my screen isn't working 😩. What am I doing wrong?

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Baby liar 08/08/2021 - 16:12

If my button is not attached does that mean it’s broken?😥

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Peter Jurasko 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Really good done video.Thanks mate.Screen works good as new.

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Timothy Maxwell 08/08/2021 - 16:12

What kind of tape you use to cover the screen sensor

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Insanity 08/08/2021 - 16:12

What is ipad 6 gen A1893?

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The Surge Party Band NJ 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Thanks for the step by step instructions. Worked like a charm. I purchased the screen from your link as well.

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Hot Tub 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Great video! I have a 5th gen A1822. Do I still need to cover the sensors on that screen model?

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Emanuel Valle 08/08/2021 - 16:12

What tape did you use to cover the sensors?

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tyunning 08/08/2021 - 16:12

I’m gonna use this tutorial to fix my screen next time. I broke my screen and had someone fix it but they did a terrible job, at least my screen was still responsive to all my taps and my home button worked before I had it fixed.

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Russ Dougherty 08/08/2021 - 16:12

hey, I done this and followed all the instructions, now I have 1 side of the ipad with a white screen, maybe ive broke summit ? any tips

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Kenny Rogers 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Awesome how to video but why the tape? The new screens come with adhesive on them

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Matthew Bartleson 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Great video, best instructions I’ve seen so far. Just one question, what is the white tape you used to cover up the sensors? Does double sided adhesive work or is it too thick?

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Frogger 08/08/2021 - 16:12

Question! For the last step to apply the screen on – Do I need to heat it back up to melt the glue and make it stick?

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