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[title] Application and Installation
[* black] Before applying any adhesive, make sure your replacement part fits, and that all connectors will connect to their respective sockets correctly without putting too much stress on their cables.
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If it is possible and safe to do so, power on your device withand verify that everything connected to check that the replacement part functions.
[* black] Having verified that
functions correctly. If everything works correctlyworks, power off the device and continue.
[* icon_note] If anything does not function as expected, visit the [https://www.ifixit.com/Answers|Answers Forum|new_window=true] for troubleshooting advice.

[* black] ApplyWith the device powered off, apply the correct adhesive shape for your repair.
[* black] Before applying any adhesive, make sure your replacement part fits, and that all connectors will connect to their respective sockets correctly without putting too much stress on their cables.
[* black]
If it is possible and safe to do so, power on your device withand verify that everything connected to check that the replacement part functions.
[* black] Having verified that
functions correctly. If everything works correctlyworks, power off the device and continue.
[* icon_note] If anything does not function as expected, visit the [https://www.ifixit.com/Answers|Answers Forum|new_window=true] for troubleshooting advice.

[* black] ApplyWith the device powered off, apply the correct adhesive shape for your repair.
[* black] When applying adhesive strips, make sure to apply one end first, then use a finger or the flat end of a spudger to smooth the rest of the strip as you lay it down, squeezing out any air bubbles.
[* black] Use a pair of tweezers to peel the backing off the adhesive.