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80 to 100 degree celsiusCelsius is the temperature used to separate the gallsglass from the LCD. To remove the complete assembly you will need a consistent heat across the whole area. At about 110/120 degrees Fahrenheit the adhesive becomes much more pliable than at normal temperature, but it is not an exact science (unless you use a hot plate or a rework station). Use your heat gun along the edges and keep moving it until the edges have a consistent temperature and the adhesive it soft enough so that you can use the removal tool. Use this guide [guide|89128] for the removal.
80 to 100 degree celsiusCelsius is the temperature used to separate the gallsglass from the LCD. To remove the complete assembly you will need a consistent heat across the whole area. At about 110/120 degrees Fahrenheit the adhesive becomes much more pliable than at normal temperature, but it is not an exact science (unless you use a hot plate or a rework station). Use your heat gun along the edges and keep moving it until the edges have a consistent temperature and the adhesive it soft enough so that you can use the removal tool. Use this guide [guide|89128] for the removal.

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'''++@daleslaughter++'''

80 to 100 degree celsius is the temperature used to separate the galls from the LCD. To remove the complete assembly you will need a consistent heat across the whole area. At about 110/120 degrees Fahrenheit the adhesive  becomes much more pliable than at normal temperature, but it is not an exact science (unless you use a hot plate or a rework station).  Use your heat gun along the edges and keep moving it until the edges have a consistent temperature and the adhesive it soft enough so that you can use the removal tool. Use this guide [guide|89128] for the removal.

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