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You can do it with the right equipment if you want to, but it will take more time then it would if you had just replaced it as a single part. Glass only is meant for shops who know how to do it. Not regular consumersit, rather then consumer use. The main problem with consumers doing this is they will get this wrong, ruin the LCDprobably can't do it and have to buy the whole unitthere's a increased chance of panel damage which ends with a useless piece of glass and a new assembly anyway.
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, if you want to do it you need a glass separator machine (this will cost you a few thousandthousand bucks) and a bottle of LOCA UV curing glue to re-bond the screen to the new glass, and a UV light to cure it. If you get this wrong, the LOCA glue will penetrate and ruin the display.
You can do it with the right equipment if you want to, but it will take more time then it would if you had just replaced it as a single part. Glass only is meant for shops who know how to do it. Not regular consumersit, rather then consumer use. The main problem with consumers doing this is they will get this wrong, ruin the LCDprobably can't do it and have to buy the whole unitthere's a increased chance of panel damage which ends with a useless piece of glass and a new assembly anyway.
Anyway


Anyway
, if you want to do it you need a glass separator machine (this will cost you a few thousandthousand bucks) and a bottle of LOCA UV curing glue to re-bond the screen to the new glass, and a UV light to cure it. If you get this wrong, the LOCA glue will penetrate and ruin the display.
So yes, it is possible. It just doesn't make sense for me or you to do it because we do not have the equipment and we will screw the job up.

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You can do it with the right equipment if you wantedwant to, but the time it will take to do and the risk will raise the cost significantly. "Glass Only" parts are intendedmore time then it would if you had just replaced it as a single part. Glass only is meant for refurbishers and shops who know how to do it.

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Not regular consumers. The main problem with consumers doing this is they will get this wrong, ruin the UV glue hasLCD and have to be applied right when rebondingbuy the screenwhole unit anyway.
Anyway, if you want
to the glass, otherwise thisdo it you need a glass separator machine (this will make the cost go up since you have a high chance or ruining the LCD with LOCA glue. It'sfew thousand) and a lot worse on this then a iPhone too.
Using too much usually means rebuilding the LCD or the kiss
bottle of death forLOCA UV curing glue to re-bond the screen.

So yes, it possible with
screen to the right toolsnew glass, and supplies but you needa UV light to know how to do it correctly otherwisecure it. If you get this wrong, the LOCA glue will botch it,penetrate and ruin the screen assembly. Ifdisplay.
So yes, it is possible. It just doesn't make sense for me or
you ruin it, you're replacingto do it because we do not have the assemblyequipment and you wasted money onwe will screw the glass, all to messjob up.
You can do it with the right equipment if you wantedwant to, but the time it will take to do and the risk will raise the cost significantly. "Glass Only" parts are intendedmore time then it would if you had just replaced it as a single part. Glass only is meant for refurbishers and shops who know how to do it.

The other
Not regular consumers. The main problem with consumers doing this is they will get this wrong, ruin the UV glue hasLCD and have to be applied right when rebondingbuy the screenwhole unit anyway.
Anyway, if you want
to the glass, otherwise thisdo it you need a glass separator machine (this will make the cost go up since you have a high chance or ruining the LCD with LOCA glue. It'sfew thousand) and a lot worse on this then a iPhone too.
Using too much usually means rebuilding the LCD or the kiss
bottle of death forLOCA UV curing glue to re-bond the screen.

So yes, it possible with
screen to the right toolsnew glass, and supplies but you needa UV light to know how to do it correctly otherwisecure it. If you get this wrong, the LOCA glue will botch it,penetrate and ruin the screen assembly. Ifdisplay.
So yes, it is possible. It just doesn't make sense for me or
you ruin it, you're replacingto do it because we do not have the assemblyequipment and you wasted money onwe will screw the glass, all to messjob up.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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You can do it with the right equipment if you wanted to, but the time it will take to do and the risk will raise the cost significantly. "glass onlyGlass Only" parts are intended for refurbishers and shops who know how to do it.
You can do it with the right equipment if you wanted to, but the time it will take to do and the risk will raise the cost significantly. "glass onlyGlass Only" parts are intended for refurbishers and shops who know how to do it.
 
The other problem is the UV glue has to be applied right when rebonding the screen to the glass, otherwise this will make the cost go up since you will probably trashhave a high chance or ruining the backlight if this happens. Oh, and this is hardLCD with LOCA glue. It's a lot worse on large devices if you never did one before eitherthis then a iPhone too.
Using too much usually means rebuilding the LCD or the kiss of death for the screen
.
The other problem is the UV glue has to be applied right when rebonding the screen to the glass, otherwise this will make the cost go up since you will probably trashhave a high chance or ruining the backlight if this happens. Oh, and this is hardLCD with LOCA glue. It's a lot worse on large devices if you never did one before eitherthis then a iPhone too.
Using too much usually means rebuilding the LCD or the kiss of death for the screen
.
 
So yes, it possible with the right tools and supplies,supplies but the requires tools and experience experience makeyou need to know how to do it infesable to attempt, pluscorrectly otherwise you risk damagingwill botch it, and ruin the LCD itself and ifscreen assembly. If you do, you have wasted your time and have to replaceruin it, you're replacing the single part anyway. Oh,assembly and in many cases with UV glue you ruinwasted money on the backlight so you needglass, all to refurbish the LCD itself, which risks dust getting in the displaymess up.
So yes, it possible with the right tools and supplies,supplies but the requires tools and experience experience makeyou need to know how to do it infesable to attempt, pluscorrectly otherwise you risk damagingwill botch it, and ruin the LCD itself and ifscreen assembly. If you do, you have wasted your time and have to replaceruin it, you're replacing the single part anyway. Oh,assembly and in many cases with UV glue you ruinwasted money on the backlight so you needglass, all to refurbish the LCD itself, which risks dust getting in the displaymess up.

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You can do it with the right equipment if you wanted to, but the time it will take to do and the risk will raise the cost significantly. "glass only" parts are intended for refurbishers and shops who know how to do it.
You can do it with the right equipment if you wanted to, but the time it will take to do and the risk will raise the cost significantly. "glass only" parts are intended for refurbishers and shops who know how to do it.
 
The other problem is the UV glue has to be applied right when rebonding the screen to the glass, otherwise this will make the cost go up since you will probably trash the backlight if this happens. Oh, and this is hard on large devices if you never did one before either.
 
So yes, it possible with the right tools and supplies, but the requires tools and experience experience make it infesable to attempt, plus you risk damaging the LCD itself and if you do, you have wasted your time and have to replace the single part anyway. Oh, and in many cases with UV glue you ruin the backlight so you need to refurbish the LCD itself, which risks dust getting in the display

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You can do it with the right equipment if you wanted to, but the time it will take to do, thedo and the risk and hours spent making it happen will significantlyraise the cost more then outright replacing the whole part willsignificantly.
You can do it with the right equipment if you wanted to, but the time it will take to do, thedo and the risk and hours spent making it happen will significantlyraise the cost more then outright replacing the whole part willsignificantly.
 
The other problem is the UV glue has to be applied right when rebonding the screen to the glass, otherwise adding tothis will make the cost of rebuildinggo up since you will probably trash the screen assemblybacklight if this happens not to mention you will need a lot of ithappens. Oh, and itthis is hard to do without screwing upon large devices if you're a first timer at ityou never did one before either.
The other problem is the UV glue has to be applied right when rebonding the screen to the glass, otherwise adding tothis will make the cost of rebuildinggo up since you will probably trash the screen assemblybacklight if this happens not to mention you will need a lot of ithappens. Oh, and itthis is hard to do without screwing upon large devices if you're a first timer at ityou never did one before either.
 
So yes, it can be donepossible with the right tools and supplies, but the supplies, experiencerequires tools and potentially the cost of a new backlight and rear display componentsexperience experience make it infesable to attempt, plus you risk damaging the LCD itself and if you do, you have wasted your time and have to replace the single part anywayanyway. Oh, and in many cases with UV glue you ruin the backlight so you need to refurbish the LCD itself, which risks dust getting in the display
So yes, it can be donepossible with the right tools and supplies, but the supplies, experiencerequires tools and potentially the cost of a new backlight and rear display componentsexperience experience make it infesable to attempt, plus you risk damaging the LCD itself and if you do, you have wasted your time and have to replace the single part anywayanyway. Oh, and in many cases with UV glue you ruin the backlight so you need to refurbish the LCD itself, which risks dust getting in the display

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Mensagem original de: Nick ,

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You can do it with the right equipment if you wanted to, but the time it will take to do, the risk and hours spent making it happen will significantly cost more then outright replacing the whole part will

The other problem is the UV glue has to be applied right when rebonding the screen to the glass, otherwise adding to the cost of rebuilding the screen assembly if this happens not to mention you will need a lot of it and it is hard to do without screwing up if you're a first timer at it

So yes, it can be done but the supplies, experience and potentially the cost of a new backlight and rear display components make it infesable to attempt, plus you risk damaging the LCD itself and if you do, you have wasted your time and have to replace the single part anyway

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