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IllI'll make a guide next time I get another melted gasket. It is replaceable, but I wouldn't say with ease.. no Id say a 6 out of 10 or more. I've done it about 3 times so far. I was unable to remove the old gasket and the Chinese gasket (L shaped) did not fit the same so I have perfected the replacement (my way) and it works pretty good . Remove the glass, assuming the screen is being replaced, remove the screen. cut the rubber gasket out leaving a flush surface. use a roll of iPad screen tape black or mac tape black is the sturdiest. note when you get to the bottom curve I don't cut that part off but you can if you need to. I use the two sided tape to go around the area where the old gasket came off. Then I stick the new gasket down and put another layer of two sided tape over the flush rubber bottom of the l shaped gasket and the second application helps to hold it in place and give another sticky surface to hold the outer glass down. put everything back together. Tip, use a heat gun adapter to make much less heat exposure and a piece of card board and or heat gun stand to avoid future problems if you have to do it again.
IllI'll make a guide next time I get another melted gasket. It is replaceable, but I wouldn't say with ease.. no Id say a 6 out of 10 or more. I've done it about 3 times so far. I was unable to remove the old gasket and the Chinese gasket (L shaped) did not fit the same so I have perfected the replacement (my way) and it works pretty good . Remove the glass, assuming the screen is being replaced, remove the screen. cut the rubber gasket out leaving a flush surface. use a roll of iPad screen tape black or mac tape black is the sturdiest. note when you get to the bottom curve I don't cut that part off but you can if you need to. I use the two sided tape to go around the area where the old gasket came off. Then I stick the new gasket down and put another layer of two sided tape over the flush rubber bottom of the l shaped gasket and the second application helps to hold it in place and give another sticky surface to hold the outer glass down. put everything back together. Tip, use a heat gun adapter to make much less heat exposure and a piece of card board and or heat gun stand to avoid future problems if you have to do it again.
 
Thanks,It's replaceable, but I wouldn't say it is easy, I'd say a 6 out of 10 or more.
Thanks,It's replaceable, but I wouldn't say it is easy, I'd say a 6 out of 10 or more.
 
Joe from T-rex computers, www.t-rexcomputers.comI've done it about 3 times so far. I was unable to remove the old gasket and the Chinese gasket (L shaped) did not fit the same so I have perfected the replacement (my way) and it works pretty good .
Joe from T-rex computers, www.t-rexcomputers.comI've done it about 3 times so far. I was unable to remove the old gasket and the Chinese gasket (L shaped) did not fit the same so I have perfected the replacement (my way) and it works pretty good .
 
=== Update (10/17/2014) ===Remove the glass, assuming the screen is being replaced, remove the screen. cut the rubber gasket out leaving a flush surface.
=== Update (10/17/2014) ===Remove the glass, assuming the screen is being replaced, remove the screen. cut the rubber gasket out leaving a flush surface.
 
Yes,Use a roll of iPad screen tape (black) or Mac tape (black) is the rubber seal is sold in china on eBay and yes it is replaceable.sturdiest. Note when you get to the bottom curve I don't cut that part off but you can if you need to.
Yes,Use a roll of iPad screen tape (black) or Mac tape (black) is the rubber seal is sold in china on eBay and yes it is replaceable.sturdiest. Note when you get to the bottom curve I don't cut that part off but you can if you need to.
 
I use the two sided tape to go around the area where the old gasket came off. Then I stick the new gasket down and put another layer of two sided tape over the flush rubber bottom of the l shaped gasket and the second application helps to hold it in place and give another sticky surface to hold the outer glass down. Put everything back together.
 
[image|503280]* Tip, use a heat gun adapter to make much less heat exposure and a piece of card board and or heat gun stand to avoid future problems if you have to do it again.
[image|503280]* Tip, use a heat gun adapter to make much less heat exposure and a piece of card board and or heat gun stand to avoid future problems if you have to do it again.
 
[image|503281]Yes, the rubber seal is sold in china on eBay and yes it is replaceable.
[image|503281]Yes, the rubber seal is sold in china on eBay and yes it is replaceable.
 
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Hope this helps!
Joe from T-rex computers

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Ill make a guide next time I get another melted gasket. It is replaceable, but I wouldn't say with ease.. no Id say a 6 out of 10 or more. I've done it about 3 times so far. I was unable to remove the old gasket and the Chinese gasket (L shaped) did not fit the same so I have perfected the replacement (my way) and it works pretty good . Remove the glass, assuming the screen is being replaced, remove the screen. cut the rubber gasket out leaving a flush surface. use a roll of iPad screen tape black or mac tape black is the sturdiest. note when you get to the bottom curve I don't cut that part off but you can if you need to. I use the two sided tape to go around the area where the old gasket came off. Then I stick the new gasket down and put another layer of two sided tape over the flush rubber bottom of the l shaped gasket and the second application helps to hold it in place and give another sticky surface to hold the outer glass down. put everything back together. Tip, use a heat gun adapter to make much less heat exposure and a piece of card board and or heat gun stand to avoid future problems if you have to do it again.
 
Thanks,
 
Joe from T-rex computers, www.t-rexcomputers.com
 
=== Update (10/17/2014) ===
 
Yes, the rubber seal is sold in china on eBay and yes it is replaceable.
 
 
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Ill make a guide next time I get another melted gasket. It is replaceable, but I wouldn't say with ease.. no Id say a 6 out of 10 or more. I've done it about 3 times so far. I was unable to remove the old gasket and the Chinese gasket (L shaped) did not fit the same so I have perfected the replacement (my way) and it works pretty good . Remove the glass, assuming the screen is being replaced, remove the screen. cut the rubber gasket out leaving a flush surface. use a roll of iPad screen tape black or mac tape black is the sturdiest. note when you get to the bottom curve I don't cut that part off but you can if you need to. I use the two sided tape to go around the area where the old gasket came off. Then I stick the new gasket down and put another layer of two sided tape over the flush rubber bottom of the l shaped gasket and the second application helps to hold it in place and give another sticky surface to hold the outer glass down. put everything back together. Tip, use a heat gun adapter to make much less heat exposure and a piece of card board and or heat gun stand to avoid future problems if you have to do it again.

Thanks,

Joe from T-rex computers, www.t-rexcomputers.com

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