Heavy-Duty Suction Cups (Pair)

 
 
 
 
 

Heavy-Duty Suction Cups (Pair)

$14.95

$14.95

Product Details

Features

Features

Get a heavy-duty grip on heavy-duty glass.

  • Large glass panels rarely come with handles—use these suction cups to safely lift and remove glass from LCD screens.
  • Ideal for gaining entry into iMacs and glass-sheathed laptop displays.
  • For smaller displays, like those found in iPhones and iPods, check out our Small Suction Cup.

For years we struggled with finding a reliable source for quality suction cups, so we bit the bullet and made our own. Specially formulated rubber foot sticks stronger and longer.

 

Repair Stories

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My Problem

Failed hard drive. Late 2009 iMac is now "vintage", so Apple won't perform repairs on it. Because it was so old, i didn't want to invest a lot of money in it. I decided to try to do the repair myself.

My Fix

It went exactly as described in the guide. I replaced the standard 7200 RPM 1TB Seagate drive with a . . .

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My Problem

I wanted to replace the stock hard drive with an SSD.

My Fix

There were some difficulties:

1. Getting the Vsync connector removed was very difficult until I placed two levers on either side of the connector.

2. The display and glass cover are dust magnets.

3. The glass cover is held onto the case via mag . . .

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My Problem

The PSU was making a loud noise. I isolated it to the PSU by adjusting the LCD Brightness setting - when set to low the sound decreased/went away, as the brightness increased the noise increased - the PSU was going bad. My iMac is long out of warranty, so taking it to an Apple Store was more or le . . .

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My Problem

Friend's hdd in her iMac died. Another techy friend of ours said she needed to send it away to a company that would forensically recover her data, and cost upwards of 600$. I disagreed.

My Fix

Bought some suction cups to take the screen off, and a new hdd, then spent about half an hour taking the mac apart . . .

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My Problem

My Apple Thunderbolt Display was buzzing for a couple of years. At first it was slightly annoying, but lately it got really loud, to the point that my wife noticed it walking outside my home office.

My Fix

I ordered the Apple part number 661-6048 power supply (google it, there are lots of vendors), followed . . .

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My Problem

A friend of mine with a broken iphone 5 screen got word that I had been fixing phones for a six pack of rum so he thought that it would be worth a try. I had repaired a few earlier model iphone 4 and 4S screens so I thought I would give the new 5 a try.

My Fix

This repair went very well. The repair-ability . . .

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My Problem

The hard drive was defective and I wanted to add RAM

My Fix

Easy repair because:

I look and read twice the guide and the day after I proceeded.

I ordered the parts and the tools (suction cups)

I was surprised how the screen came out easily.

I made sure to position the screws so I can put them back at the pr . . .

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My Problem

Old hard drive was intermittently shutting down.

My Fix

With the support of the ifixit repair procedure and the Pro toolkit, everything went without a hitch. I took my time, about two hours, double-checked everything as I went along, and it looked great after reassembly. When I powered it up, it FLEW.

My Advice

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