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Is your iPad Pro screen cracket? Follow this manual step by step to remove the old and damaged display and replace it with a completely new LCD assembly.
Do not forget one important thing – the home button is paired with the logic board of the iPad. When replacing the display, you therefore must transfer the home button on to the new LCD assembly, so that the iPad does not loose the Touch ID function (this step also included in the manual).
Make sure that you have all the necessary tools and replacement parts.
Be careful, not to damage the LCD screen during replacement and protect you eyes with protection glasses.
Despite the fact that the design of the iPad is relatively similar on each and every side, several sensitive areas are placed under the protective glass. Use the tools only in the order and place specified by this manual to prevent accidental destruction. The figure shows 3 critical locations in which these sensitive areas are located. These are specifically:
Be careful, not to hit the area which connects the front panel and LCD screen with the tip of the opening pick, as this could permanently damage the display.
Follow the universal rule – never insert the opening pick more than 0,5 cm into the iPad
Be careful not to insert the opening pick in this step more than 0,5 cm into the display, as this could damage the Home Button and cables underneath the display
Do not attempt to completely separate the display as it is still attached to the iPad
To detach the EMI shield you might need to use greater force, as there are several clips securing the shield, therefore it also might slightly deform. Do not worry, just try to deform the shield as little as possible and it will lay flat when reinstalled
If the EMI shield has several sharp protrusions after being removed, flatten them using pliers before reinstalling it.
the size of the tool used for blocking might not fit. Insert the tip under a slight angle underneath the logic board near the connector, at first only from one side and gradually under the whole area of the connector
After the repair, apply adhesive underneath the iPad cover to secure it in place
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