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[* black] The Surface Pro series has a few different configurations, and they all come standard with upgraded adhesive.
[* black] OurFortunately, we've got a [guide|26595|tried|stepid=66220|new_window=true]-[guide|51568|and|stepid=112527|new_window=true]-[guide|111895|true|stepid=214131|new_window=true] recipe for Surface screen separation success:
[* black] OurFortunately, we've got a [guide|26595|tried|stepid=66220|new_window=true]-[guide|51568|and|stepid=112527|new_window=true]-[guide|111895|true|stepid=214131|new_window=true] recipe for Surface screen separation success:
[* black] Step 1: apply [product|IF145-198-8|iOpener|new_window=true] liberally.
[* black] Step 2: grab an [product|IF145-123-2|Opening Pick|new_window=true] and a [product|IF145-361|Suction Handle|new_window=true], and fight for dear life through Microsoft's gauntlet of adhesive.
[* black] Step 3 (optional): get impatient, break screen.
[* black] Luckily, we don't run into any surprises as we free the display—everything's pretty much the same as [guide|92362|before|stepid=173095|new_window=true], save for an extra display cable compared to the [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/Pvp4Atm4VMeDH5wJ.huge|Surface Go|new_window=true].