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Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well, but I would leave the edges (path of the heat gun) of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of ana burning tape odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.
Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well, but I would leave the edges (path of the heat gun) of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of ana burning tape odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.

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Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well, but I would leave the edges (path of the heat gun) of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of an odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.
Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well, but I would leave the edges (path of the heat gun) of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of an odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.

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Edit by: toreskey ,

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Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked wellwell, but I would leave the edges of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of an odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.
Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked wellwell, but I would leave the edges of the digitizer not taped. Doing that limited the amount of heat on the tape reducing the chance of an odor. I would then just manually remove what remained on the frame of the iPad. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.

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Original post by: toreskey ,

Text:

Regular packing tape has never really worked for me. If a screen was really destroyed, I would use duct tape which worked well. I wouldn’t recommend UV glue because it’s expensive and risky in that matter.

Status:

open