It is wired for some people who are doing LCD refurbishing that you can not get a rather good result even you set all the things right. Moreover, some customers don’t know how to use the LCD refurbishing machine to maximize the profits and minimize the damage. Why do you always have troubles with LCD refurbishing? We have tips and tricks for you.
A: For iPhone 6/6+/6s/6s+, Cut the 4 corners with 60W pre-heated POL Film Removing Gun. For iPhone 5/5c/5s, directly disassemble the bezel after heated. Because iPhone 6 series bezel is firmer than the iPhone 5s series.
B: Cover the screen with tape.
C: Disassemble the bezel after heated.
A. Separate from the bottom side of the LCD
B. For terribly cracked glass, put the glass side up and separate from the head
C. Remove residual bezel adhesive by razor blade to avoid POL damage
A. Cut an opening with the razor blade.
B. Stop the blade when near the very end and leave a little residual of POL
A. Use brush to apply a small amount of POL adhesive cleaner, pass it along the LCD, do not circle.
B. As for the selection of POL adhesive remover, 8222 is better than LCM Glue Liquid Cleaner.
C. Remove anti-explosion glue to avoid LCD damage and air bubble.
A. When adjust control valve for various types of LCDs, please do not touch the blue contactor to protect your hand from injury.
B. Align the OCA/POL with the panel to the proper position (do not exceed the mark as shown in the picture).
C. Note the intensity should be moderate. Too much strength will cause LCD damage while too
less will produce bubbles.
Silver Conductive Adhesive
Static electricity is a common problem in the industry. Silver conductive paste can help you shot this trouble. However, there are still a lot of customers doubt that how come you do not add anti-static paste on the iPhone 6 series LCD? Because vast majority of the iPhone 6 series LCDs are free from this problem for its improved LCD.
Tips: For iPhone 5/5c/5s, It need to be injected with silver conductive adhesive to avoid static electricity.
Don’t press the LCD after aligned in case the generation of bubbles.
A. Disassemble from one corner to another corner
B. Clear the appearance with N-hexane
C. The solder joint should be full and bright.
Do not hesitate to do your own refurbish now, and above all don’t forget to do some preparation beforehand. Just bearing the tips and tricks mentioned above in mind will benefit you twice the yield with half the endeavor.
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