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iOpener

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$12.99

$12.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

The iOpener is a tablet opening tool designed to apply heat directly and evenly to case components joined with adhesive. Once the adhesive is softened with heat applied by the iOpener, the adhesive can be sliced using the many tools included in the iOpener kit. This toolkit is designed specifically for the iPad, but works with all tablets, smartphones, or other electronics needing heat application in the disassembly process. The iOpener is heated in the microwave and is reusable.

iOpener Toolkit includes:

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Repair Stories

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ericzel08's Story Photo #1329847
ericzel08's Story Photo #1329848

My Problem

Phone was dropped. Screen cracked so bad there was no display.

My Fix

As good as most screen repairs can be expected to go.

My Advice

Buy some adhesive tape. If I had some I would've completely removed the leftover junk and put new stuff on the screen.

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My Problem

Went well. He did all the work and I just held the laptop and scroll down the instructions. He is 14 y.o. and has done multiple screen replacements and battery replacements.

My Fix

See above.

My Advice

Perfect Father & Son bonding experience.

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My Problem

Lithium battery needed to be replaced

My Fix

Your instructions were spot on and the repair was perfect.

My Advice

Patience and heat to loosen the adhesive.

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My Problem

My wife dropped it several times creating multiple cracks on the screen.

My Fix

The repair went well. I took my time and followed all the steps in the repair guide faithfully. I was even able to unsolder the small wake/sleep sensor from the broken screen and microsolder it back onto the new replacement scre . . .

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My Problem

My pixel XL's USB-C port would smoke when the cable was connected and the plastic portion of the connection was visibly melted.

My Fix

I was successful in changing the battery charging circuit/daughter board but I accidentally sliced the digitizer traces on the ribbon cable for the OLED panel while removing . . .

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My Problem

My phone is long since out of warranty or support. The battery had gotten to a point where I needed to charge as I used for traffic app, etc. I watched the videos and decided it was well within my capabilities to change battery. Worst case scenario would be that I irretrievably broke something and . . .

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My Problem

After well over 2 years in service, my factory battery was completely incapable of powering the phone for more than a few minutes with the screen off. Turning the screen on meant a nearly instant shutdown.

My Fix

The repair went incredibly well. Despite this being a particularly difficult phone to open, i . . .

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My Problem

The battery was losing charge rapidly, and seemed to be showing its age. The Pixels that have come out since did not appear to be compelling upgrades. So, I figured replacing the battery made the most sense.

My Fix

The outcome was positive. Opening the phone requires getting past a lot of epoxy. I marred on . . .

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My Problem

Daughter dropped iPad

My Fix

Easy peasy

My Advice

I have repaired many devices using my heat gun to open. I have damaged lcd screens learning this technique. I only wish I had purchased the iOpener sooner. It truly is a game changer for getting past the glue easily and not damaging anything. So happy to have it. . . .

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My Problem

The glass over the front panel was completely shattered as a result of dropping it.

My Fix

Getting the old display off was very time-consuming. I taped it with packaging tape but the suction cup was useless. I used a razor blade to pry up the edges of the display enough to get the picks under it. The re . . .

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