OK, you can hit me now...I see many great tools right here!! Perfect..I can stop looking for them anywhere else..and still need to know about the 2nd gen repair of white screen...mother board or?? thanks much Tangski
Hi Guys...I am a display artist...who does a lot with her hands in building things. One thing...don't use metal unless you have to! Here are some tips, and I write them because I see far too much crap out there for people...and wow, what a mess too! <<<CHEEP TOOLS>>> Solid and trimmed guitar picks work much better (very easy to do with the right grit sandpaper). They also help hold the device open as you go around, and DO NOT SCRATCH the good screen-- and that is important if that is OK!) ...also, watch your edges! There is a thin seal around the front screen edge...sad to get that torn up. Metal is not very forgiving.... <<<SCREWDRIVER SETS>>OR USE YOURS BUT DIP THEM!>>>> If you use the 'micro-screwdriver sets' be sure to get the kind that is also used for electric work (go to Radio shack...or the 'Source' as it is now called in Canada or even London Drugs) ...in other worlds, GROUND things before you start! If you are like me and tend to fix stuff a lot, get some 'dip it' (real name)...liquid plastic that a...