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iPad 2 Screen Repair - WIFI

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Published on Oct 28, 2011

Follow this guide to learn how to do an iPad 2 Screen Repair!
http://iPad2ScreenRepairGuide.com
or get the kit at http://ipadscreenrepair.com/products-...

There are 2 dangerous parts of the glass removal that you'll want to watch out for as you separate the glass from the frame! PLEASE READ and BE AWARE!

2-A On the top right corner of the iPad 2, below the power button and extending down next to the volume buttons is a ribbon cable that sits in between the iPad frame and the glass resting on top of it. You'll want to slow down the repair here. Don't just stick in a razor blade and start sawing away at the adhesive, you will cut the ribbon cord that connects to the power/volume/mute buttons. We recommend waiting to do this part of the repair until you are about ready to take the glass off of the frame. You can lift up on the glass on either side of this danger area, as long as the glass is properly heated the ribbon cables shouldn't stick to the glass. Go slow and make sure the ribbon cables are not sticking to the back side of the glass.

2-B At the bottom of the iPad 2, and to the right of the home button, you'll find a very fragile wifi antenna that is secured to the backside of the glass using adhesive. Don't pry up the glass in this area!! After you have the rest of the glass separated from the frame, you can then ever so slightly lift up the edge of the glass to the right of the home button. You'll be able to see the antenna sticking to the backside of the glass. Take an X-Acto knife or the Metal Opening Tool and carefully separate the antenna from the glass. Once you are sure that the antenna is no longer attached to the back of the glass, you can lift up on the glass panel and separate it from the frame.

Disclaimer

*This iPad 2 Screen Repair Guide is intended for those who have prior repair experience or are otherwise qualified. iPadScreenRepair.com makes no guarantees that our instructions will work for you and we will not be held responsible for any damage to yourself or your iPad as a result of following these instructions. Following these instructions will void your warranty.

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