iPad mini 2/3 LCD

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iPad mini 2/3 LCD

$99.99

$99.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Replace a malfunctioning LCD display screen for a 2nd or 3rd generation iPad mini Retina.

Disclaimer

LCD does not come with foam liner.

Compatibility

iPad Mini 2 LTE
128 GB
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
iPad Mini 2 Wi-Fi
128 GB
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
iPad Mini 3 LTE
128 GB
16 GB
64 GB
iPad Mini 3 Wi-Fi
128 GB
16 GB
64 GB

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Repair Stories

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My Problem

Front panel was severely damaged and needed to be replaced. In repairing that issue, removal of the LCD resulted in two LCD screw tabs being broken off so had to replace the LCD as well.

My Fix

Separation of all adhered components was an unexpected experience of EVERYthing being "glued" together - especiall . . .

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My Problem

My iPad again failed due to a weak outer frame and parts that are so weak because they have to be so small for today's current human being to be able to lift it off the table that I am fixing it again. I have no idea what happened this time but some icons would not activate unless I rotated the scr . . .

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My Problem

Display was not working anymore

My Fix

SUPER! Such as described in the i-fixit-manual

My Advice

No advice

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My Problem

Touchscreen was broken beyond functioning. LCD looked ok, but maybe had hairline crack.

My Fix

Taking old touchscreen off was not too bad, but glue was very difficult at top edge. I had to keep reheating. The iFixit instructions have many steps for trying to preserve the touchscreen, but most of the time . . .

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My Problem

Original problem was that glass on the front of the iPad broke.

My Fix

The repair on the screen went very well until attempting to remove the LCD. The bottom of the LCD was very difficult to remove during the first disassembly. While gently pulling up on the top of the LCD, the bottom was stuck, causing to . . .

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My Problem

ipad went into the water during a boat race. would boot but screen was grayed out

My Fix

many small pieces and screws, otherwise ok

My Advice

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