Suction Handle

Suction Handle

$2.99

$2.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

  • Light-duty suction cup for removing phone and tablet glass panels.
  • 45 mm (1.875 inch) diameter.
  • Folding plastic handle.
  • For a suction cup with a larger grip we also carry a Heavy-Duty Suction Cup.

Repair Stories

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Conrad Aleshire's Story Photo #1004092

My Problem

My battery was not holding a charge very well. I was one of the first people I knew to get the iPhone 6 and my phone has been through a lot over the two plus years I've had it. My phone would just die randomly around 39%. Something had to be done.

My Fix

EASY EASY EASY! Firstly, iFixit makes everything extr . . .

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jakeisbill's Story Photo #1044071

My Problem

My Dad's iPhone 6 was out of warranty and the fee was quoted at $309 USD to repair his earpiece.

My Fix

The instructions were spot on. I especially liked the little remarks below the instructions telling you to pay extra attention to that step while reassembling.

My Advice

Keep up the excellent work.

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joseph vu's Story Photo #999695

My Problem

The iPhone's battery wasn't holding a charge long as it used to

My Fix

The repair was easy. The only tricky part was trying to remove the adhesive strip because it was easily breakable. The guide was pretty straight forward. I purchased the battery from iFixit, and the first battery I received was all ou . . .

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My Problem

Hard drive was dead, bought the machine for $200 with a known dead HD

My Fix

Perfect

My Advice

The cables were on both sides of the underside of the screen. Rather than lifting the screen, it was easy to shift the screen horizontally to expose the connectors one by one.

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My Problem

Original lcd screen developed a black strip down the middle.

My Fix

Repair went well except in the instructions it was specified to use a 6.5 torque to remove hinge screws when a 6 is actually required. Luckily a 6.5 doesn’t exists!

My Advice

Take your time and don’t rush your repair. When using the heat gun t . . .

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My Problem

Initially my wife couldn't charge her phone and after trying multiple cables it became clear the issue was the phone itself, so I purchased the replacement assembly.

My Fix

This phone had the smallest components I have ever worked with. After putting in the assembly we found that the phone charged fine but . . .

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My Problem

My wife's best friend has an iphone 6... After 2+ years, she would charge it for the night and when she woke up, battery displayed 100%. 12 minutes later, it would shut off. If she didn't use it at all, it would last 30 minutes. She constantly had to keep a large external battery pack with her to . . .

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My Problem

The battery life of my phone was poor, maybe 36 hours if I didn't use the phone at all.

My Fix

It wasn't hard at all, getting the stock battery out was a little difficult since there was some type of adhesive holding it to the phone chassis.

My Advice

I used a hose removal tool for cars to get underneath the stock bat . . .

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My Problem

The cables to my phone were broken and I couldn't use it at all.

My Fix

It went without a hitch. I opened the phone and replaced the screen and my phone was working again.

My Advice

the camera facing the user was a bit out of the centre and only 3/4 of camera works because the other half was covered up by the glass.

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My Problem

Girlfriend's iPhone 6's battery has been acting very erratically. It would go from 100% to 20%, and sometimes it would just shut down. Once it has shut down, it then asked you to connect to the charger to power it on. I figured it would be cheaper to fix it myself than send it to Apple for a $80 rep . . .

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