Heavy-Duty Suction Cups (Pair)

Heavy-Duty Suction Cups (Pair)

$14.99

$14.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

Large glass panels rarely come with handles. Use these suction cups to safely lift and remove glass and display assemblies from devices.

We specifically built these suction cups for iMac repair. For years we struggled with finding a reliable source for quality suction cups, so we bit the bullet and engineered our own. The specially formulated rubber foot sticks stronger and longer.

Includes two 2.25" diameter suction cups used for lifting display glass off Aluminum iMacs—or anything else that needs heavy duty lifting. A must-have for any iMac repair.

Repair Stories

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My Problem

The power supply of my mid 2011 iMac 27 failed

My Fix

Watched the video guide and read this guide thoroughly, including all the comments, before starting the repair. It took me almost an hour, going slowly but surely. In the end the iMac powered up again and worked beautifully. Thank you guys for the guide . . .

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My Problem

We had a mid-2011 27" iMac that had never been used much.... sometimes bigger isn't always easier to use! Moving some furniture allowed us to consider using it again but it wouldn't start up, no lights, no sounds, just dead. Rather than recycling a barely used machine we decided to risk spending t . . .

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My Problem

Original power supply was dead.

My Fix

About an hour.

My Advice

Wow, this replacement was awesome. I've been working with electronic equipment for 30 years and this was one of the smoothest replacements I've ever done. The part from Ifixit was beautifully packed and the part appeared to be OEM. Thankfully the Mac i . . .

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My Problem

Original battery was not holding a charge.

My Fix

Excellent, downloaded a calibration APP to try to help the charging scenario.

My Advice

Ifix is awesome!

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My Problem

I have two five year old thunderbolt displays, One with no video and one with broken glass. I determined that the one with no display had a bad built in cable by plugging a thunderbolt cable into port on the back. When I found the teardown guide, I looke like a straighforward procedure. To test the . . .

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My Problem

The machine would not boot and had burning smell coming from exhaust. Had to open it to troubleshoot.

My Fix

The repair did not happen because the mainboard had two or more burnt capacitors.

My Advice

Take your time and follow the repair guide exactly.

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My Problem

All in one cable went on HD Cinema Display

My Fix

The suction cup tools made it so easy to pull the glass off the screen. Should have done this ages ago...

My Advice

Use the right tools for the job...

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My Problem

Battery not holding a charge

My Fix

Smoothly for my first battery replacement

My Advice

Top of screen should be fitted in lower portion FIRST

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My Problem

Hard drive failure.

My Fix

It went well, the only issue was getting the bezel off the back frame.

My Advice

Patience! With all the little tiny screws and special equipment, this is more like surgery. Just take your time, eventually you'll get it.

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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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