iPad Display Clip Set

 
 

iPad Display Clip Set

$19.95

$19.95

Product Details

Features

Features

When the clip was invented, the possibilities for different hairstyles exploded, documents could finally be tightly packaged, and married men everywhere lost their alibi for finishing economy-sized bags of Ruffles in a single day. Keep your iPad's contents fresh and tightly packaged with our iPad display clip set.

This is a complete set of 14 iPad display clips. Clips that hold the front and rear assemblies together are fragile. Replace broken clips for a new-quality fit! If you only need a few clips, we also offer individual display clips.

 

Compatibility

iPad Wi-Fi
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
 

Repair Stories

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My Problem

The video was not displaying but everything else seemed to work ok (syncing). $349 for a "fix" (actually, a new iPad) from Apple seemed to expensive. We *love* our iPad .. and would like it healthy again.

My Fix

Separated the screen from the shell - broke all the clips except one. Confirmed the video cabl . . .

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My Problem

When my iPad was dropped, the rear aluminum cover was bent near the speaker output area. The lower 1/3 of the touchscreen was not recognized.

My Fix

This repair was moderate in difficulty. I followed the guide to replacing the battery, and then I needed to remove the two antennas, side and top buttons, an . . .

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My Problem

The digitizer (touch screen) on my WiFi iPad 1 would sometimes stop responding on the lower 1/3 of the screen.

My Fix

After looking around the internet, it appeared that the problem lay in how the digitizer cable and main board connect. The clip that secures the cable was intermittently coming loose. Ot . . .

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My Problem

My iPad was not taking a charge, and the moment that it disconnected it would totally power off. The iPad's screen was working, but since the battery wasn't taking charge, the screen would only stay on for seconds at a time, then go blank, etc. To remedy the situation, I ordered a replacement batter . . .

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My Problem

My 7 year old fraternal twin sons finally got the mix of liquid and iPad just right to kill it.

Very ironically, it was Apple juice that was the liquid in question

My Fix

The opening of the 1st gen iPad was less daunting that I had feared that it would be. I broke about 1/2 of the clips while opening it . . .

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My Problem

The WiFi on my wife's iPad 1 suddenly died. No Wifi signal and no access points showed at all. I researched the repair and found a possible solution on the iFixit website, so I decided to give it a try and order the WiFi/Charging port part. I also learned that the display clips frequently break w . . .

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