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[* black] We finish fighting through all that adhesive, and we're ready to peel off the digitizer—hopefully without an attached display.
[* black] So far, so goodWhat do you know! The digitizer isn't fused to the display and lifts away on its own.
[* icon_note] We're always happy to see a separate display and digitizer set up like this! A non-laminated display means screen repairs will be less expensive, since you can replace each component separately.
[* black] So far, so goodWhat do you know! The digitizer isn't fused to the display and lifts away on its own.
[* icon_note] We're always happy to see a separate display and digitizer set up like this! A non-laminated display means screen repairs will be less expensive, since you can replace each component separately.
[* black] After all that adhesive, we're happy to see the friendly face of a Phillips screw—especially after dealing with all those [guide|126223|tiny tri-points|stepid=243651|new_window=true] [guide|126000|last week|new_window=true].
[* black] We lift the display away, and before we do anything else, the [product|IF145-304-2|battery blocker|new_window=true] goes in, to ... well ... block the connection to the battery.