Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus.

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How to press LCD in Backcoverframe

hello guys,

i have got a special problem frequently.

if i put do a lcd replacement on an iphone 6, very often the lcd pops up a little bit.

on the side of the backcover where the vibration volume up down is.

you can see the light turns out. if i press with my hand on the lcd it sticks perfect.

when i do not press it turns out.

this problem happen to me very often.

i tried to use a double glue (tesa), without success.

anybody here who have got the same problem or a solution.

thanks in advance.

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This is a very common issue with aftermarket screens having a gap exactly near the top left volume button and silent switch side.

Higher quality aftermarket screens do not suffer from this issue as I have tested with both high quality aftermarkets, OEM and refurbished original screens.

These aren't phones with dented in frames on corners or sides right?

Yeah it's to do with the aftermarket screen frame then.

The issue is that the lower quality aftermarket screens do not sit / clip in with the iPhone metal housing frame properly. It's probably to do with the thickness of the screen frame assembly, too thick would mean that it wouldn't sit properly (flat on frame).

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exactly! these phones aren't dented on corners or sides.

i know this is the problem of the screens. but what is the solution?

is there any way to make the lcd fitting well and not pop out near the point i mentioned before (vibration,volume).

thank you

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The solution I used was to move to another supplier that offered better quality aftermarket screens that did not have this issue.

I forgot to add in that the phones you are working on also do not have bent phone housing right? (Should be flat).

Unfortunately there is no quick fix other than to try a better quality screen when it's caused by the screen assembly.

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