Announced on October 16, 2014, the iPad Air 2 is a thinner successor to the iPad Air.

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Gluing lcd to screen

After separating the glass screen from the digitizer and cleaning up I need to glue the New glass screen to the old LCD. I saw a video on YouTube that was made in Russia where a person used a glue to fuse the two parts together. She poured the glue on the LCD and put the glass screen on it. That seems to be a good way to bond the two together. Does anyone know where I can get that kind of glue and does it work? If that’s the wrong way to go about it how does a person fuse the two together?

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You have a catch22 problem as you'll need to use special Optically Clear Adhesive (OCA) to glue the parts together. But even that is not enough! You'll need a vacuum chamber to be able to pull the air bubbles out of the sandwich.

The bottom line here unless you have the correct tools and have practiced doing this a few times you'll have a very hard time getting it to work.

Best to bite the bullet here and get the assembly or... find someone with the proper tools to help you.

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As much as it hurts , you are right. I could separate the screen from the LCD with great effort, but aligning the new screen with the LCD and getting rid of the bubbles would result in a lot of frustration with bad results. Thanks for bringing me to my senses.

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@lcbd27 - Thought you might want to see this: iPad Air 2 Glass Only Repair

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