3M Double-Sided Adhesive Tape - 2 mm Width

$9.95

Product code: IF145-283-2

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3M Double-Sided Adhesive Tape - 2 mm Width

$9.95

Product code: IF145-283-2

Product Overview

Also known as sticker tape, this is a universal solution for installing display assemblies. 2 mm is the most popular width narrow enough for everything and easy to double up if you need it wider.

This is an approximately 50' long roll of 2 mm wide tape. Enough to repair ~100 phones, but you can also use it to repair just one! This is currently the smallest roll available, but it's really handy stuff. Even if you're only fixing one phone or tablet, you'll find plenty of applications for the remaining 49 or so feet.

Product Details

  • Width: 2 mm
  • Length: 15 meters

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My Problem

My iphone 6 screen was broken and i bought from another seller and it appeared to be of poor quality so i decided to buy from ifixit and it went all well

My Fix

Smooth. I had the islack which works like a charm. Easy to open the iphone

My Advice

Buy from reliable sources like ifixit

My Problem

I used the Jimmy and Metal Spudger Set to remove the Glass from a Samsung S3.

My Fix

unfortunately the Cracks in the glass where all the way through the LCD, the the tools worked great. The Jimmy as used almost exclusively.

My Advice

Humm, well if your glass is very shattered take your time to get all the center glass off, it can be done without damaging the LCD.

My Problem

Il mio schermo LCD é morto ,fuori garanzia ovviamente costo riparazione 600 euro e più. Dopo aver messo del disossidante per contatti sul connettore dello schermo ha ricominciato a funzionare , peccato che abbia rovinato lo schermo

My Fix

Riparazione avvenuta con successo, a parte gli insetti dentro lo schermo

My Advice

Assicuratevi di avere una pistola ad aria compressa per poter pulire eventuali microinsetti quasi invisibili ma che si vedono una volta acceso lo schermo

My Problem

I'd accidentally dropped my (imported from the UK to the US) Sony Xperia Z3 Compact phone. It is a wonderfully rugged phone, but a 1.5m drop on to pavement is a bit tough. Not covered by warranty, obviously.

Sony said they'd repair it for £100, in the UK. I thought I could do better (shipping, not having a phone for a month) when I saw the OEM replacement part on eBay for USD$20.

My Fix

Well, I didn't have any tear downs or guides to reference, but I guessed it might be similar to earlier Z series phones, which meant adhesive. Which meant the iOpener, a suction cup, picks, and ... Wait, that was it. Simple to remove.

My Advice

Don't drop your expensive imported phone onto pavement.

Repair isn't hard, just make sure you use heat again on new back case to ensure a tight seal, and put weight on it for a bit while it cools.

My Problem

I thought I had a crack on the screen of my I-phone 4s, so I order a new screen and battery and I started taking it apart I broke one of the screws so I put it back together and ordered a complete set of screws for it. I got everything and I went to take it apart and when I took off the screen plastic cover I discovered that the screen was fine only the plastic and a scratch in it. So now I have everything I need to repair it if I ever get a cracked screen

My Fix

good

My Advice

look closely first

My Problem

The family has six iPhone 5's and each one had at least one problem that needed repair. I could have gone to the Apple store and waited weeks, or one of those mall kiosks and paid someone to do the repairs. But I can't wait that long and don't want to pay someone else for something I can do myself, and probably better.

My Fix

I had to replace three batteries which had puffed and popped out the phone's screen and three others because they wouldn't last the day, as well as three power and audio control button cables because the power button stopped working, and a cracked screen. It took a few hours to do all the repairs, but every one was a success and all of the phones are as good as new.

My Advice

I worked at the kitchen table, a nice big area with good lighting, and placed a clean white t-shirt down as my work surface. The t-shirt kept screws from rolling around provided some cushioning to the work surface. It even made it easy to find a wayward screw when the screw driver slipped from my hand and sent one flying. I also used a magnifying visor to make life easier on the eyes. Like I said, it killed a few hours to do all the repairs but the money saved was well worth it.

My Problem

Broken Screen on my LG Flex, I called around to a few well know repair shops that fix phones and they all wanted $299. I could have bought a replacement phone on EBAY for $299. So i thought I would try fixing it myself. Since it was already broken, what did I have to lose?

My Fix

Less than an hour to fix. I watched the repair video several times and then put my laptop in front of me and went step by step thru the repair process. I ordered the replacement screen and a tool kit. About $120 total.

My Advice

Take your time and don't have fear. Remember that a lot of these repair shops are manned by people that might not have graduated high school. It doesn't mean that all of them are that way, but pretty good bet that they learned how to do the repair by watching the same video online. Why be afraid. It's not that hard.

My Problem

Broken Screen on my LG Flex, I called around to a few well know repair shops that fix phones and they all wanted $299. I could have bought a replacement phone on EBAY for $299. So i thought I would try fixing it myself. Since it was already broken, what did I have to lose?

My Fix

Less than an hour to fix. I watched the repair video several times and then put my laptop in front of me and went step by step thru the repair process. I ordered the replacement screen and a tool kit. About $120 total.

My Advice

Take your time and don't have fear. Remember that a lot of these repair shops are manned by people that might not have graduated high school. It doesn't mean that all of them are that way, but pretty good bet that they learned how to do the repair by watching the same video online. Why be afraid. It's not that hard.

My Problem

Smashed screen.

My Fix

It was easy with the right tools.

My Advice

I use muffin pans to organize screws and small parts.

My Problem

While running across a parking lot, my phone popped out of my hip holster, and landed on the ground, flat on the screen. Sufficed to say, the screen shattered.

My Fix

The repair went really well. This phone is pretty simple to tear apart. I err on the side of paranoia, so I took my time, which is why it probably took me a lot longer than it may take others.

My Advice

When I bought my screen, it did not come with the bezel or the buttons. I did not notice the guide mentioning any need to remove the bezel from the old screen, but it's not hard to do. It is a little flimsy, though, so be careful. Its basically held on by adhesive, so a little blast from the heat gun, and I was able to pry it off. Again, be a little careful, because you may melt it if you're too liberal with the heat gun. I don't know for sure, as I had no issues, but I could see it being a problem.

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