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[* black] Remove the front panel assembly.
[* icon_caution] To avoid digitizer issues, beicon_reminder] During reassembly, to prevent "ghost" or "phantom" touch input issues with your iPad, check to make sure the two metallic padsthere is a layer of foam or tape nearcovering the home buttonmetal frame on the back of the glass.
[* red] These areas, which
are transferred topart of the new display. If your iPad did not have metallic pads, and youdigitizer, are having digitizer issues, youcovered by foam adhesive on your iPad's original front panel. Some replacement panels leave this area exposed, which can placecause it to ground out against other components. You can protect it by adding a thin piecelayer of tape over the metallic areas near the home buttonvery thin insulating tape, such as [product|IF145-113-2|Kapton (polyimide) tape|new_window=true].
[* icon_caution] To avoid digitizer issues, beicon_reminder] During reassembly, to prevent "ghost" or "phantom" touch input issues with your iPad, check to make sure the two metallic padsthere is a layer of foam or tape nearcovering the home buttonmetal frame on the back of the glass.
[* red] These areas, which
are transferred topart of the new display. If your iPad did not have metallic pads, and youdigitizer, are having digitizer issues, youcovered by foam adhesive on your iPad's original front panel. Some replacement panels leave this area exposed, which can placecause it to ground out against other components. You can protect it by adding a thin piecelayer of tape over the metallic areas near the home buttonvery thin insulating tape, such as [product|IF145-113-2|Kapton (polyimide) tape|new_window=true].

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