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Samsung & Sony LCD replacement won’t stick

I am doing a lot of LCD replacements on phones primary iPhones but also all different brands.

But I am a bit frustrated over Samsung & Sony, I can’t get the tom stick properly, they almost always loosen in top. I try to use the pre glued LCDs that have a frame to get a better result but they are a lot more expensive in the newer models (S6, S7).

I have done like others suggest on forums but I can’t get it perfect, are there any experts that can give me some light on what I am missing?

This is how I do it:

I clean the frame properly with IPA, then I use pre cut adhesive for the model and apply heat on the glass and put it in pressure for a couple of hours. But it tends to loosen in top a few hours after the pressure is released.

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Have you tried TESA 61395 adhesive?

It's one of the best adhesives in the market. I used it in a cracked HTC One x9 screen for testing which use very thin borders for the screen adhesive behind glass and it held in very well without any glass push up.

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No, I haven’t tried TESA 61395.

I found iFixit webinar with Tesa and this product seems to be really good.

But are these types of rolls with adhesive to prefer prior to pre cuts on a phone?

I use the “red tape” for iPads but pre cuts ordered from China on phones.

Could it be an idea to use liquid glue? Like B-7000.


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