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Which Temperature on LCD Separators is free of risks?

Hello everybody.

I own a LCD separator machine and I wonder which temperature (in °C) is the best to seperate glass from LCD risk-free?

On some videos I see people using 80°C, in other videos I see 100°C or more.

I often heard that more than 80°C will damage the LCD, but is that true?

I have to ask somebody who is more experienced with using the LCD separator machine: Which LCDs of which phone-models can resist which temperature?

Can you say in general that iPhones resist higher temperatures than Samsung Galaxys or vice versa?

I am asking because the higher the temperature, the easier the separation. Not only separation between LCD and glass but separation between frame and glass (like on most Samsung Galaxys or most Sony Xperias)...

Thanks in advance!

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80 degrees is standard. More important than temperature is how long you leave the screens sitting on the plate. I wouldn't do more than 8min unless you are splitting the glass at the same time

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oh ty sir.. and i have one more question: i recently purchased a lcd screen seperator machine.. how many degrees do i have to set the heat plate because i have seen it in other websites it should be 80 and few others using 100.. and how many minutes do i need to keep the lcd digitizer on the plate? i dont wanna burn the digitizer on the machine while im seperating the glass from the lcd with a cutting line


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For us Americans, that is Celsius. In Fahrenheit 80C=176F, and 100C=212F. The boiling point of water of course is 212F=100C, so a possible *home remedy* would be to stick your phone in a pan, sitting in another pan of water that is raised almost to boiling point. Of course using a thermometer would always be advised, but the pan floating on water would inevitably be just under 212F=100C. There is high risk of getting your phone wet.

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