Heavy-Duty Suction Cups (Pair)

 
 
 
 
 

Heavy-Duty Suction Cups (Pair)

$14.95

$14.95

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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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Stephanie Pearce's Story Photo #1007968
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My Problem

My computer wouldn't stay on. Sometimes it wouldn't turn on at all. Sometimes it would turn on then immediately shut down. Sometimes it got to the desktop and then it would shut down. I left the computer in storage until recently when I really needed to use the recording software.

My Fix

I have an iMac . . .

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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

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

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

Disc . . .

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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

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

My iMac of over 5 years recently experience an unexpected failure. Just weeks prior I had run the disk utility to check on it and it reported it was fine, only to fail later. This is our primary computer for our family

My Fix

It went well, the guide was informative, descriptive and accurate. Cannot thank iF . . .

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My Problem

Shattered glass. Needed to get replaced

My Fix

The fix was a breeze. Couldn't have been easier.

My Advice

During the crash that lead to the glass needing to replaced, the iMac rear case was significantly disfigured. I had mistakenly believed that would make it impossible to get the new glass to fit in the warped frame . . .

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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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