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Updated version of the original iPad 2, released in March of 2012 with a smaller die processor and updated internal construction. Repair will require the use of heat and careful prying.

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Broken black plastic on the digitizer connector

Hello everyone,

Just done my first ipad repair, and when i tried to remove the digitizer, but when i pried the clips, it broke a small part of the black plastic upper the clips.

does the touch screen will work anyway ?

if not, what should i do?


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Any help please :( ?

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Ouch! I know I've made that mistake before, but I was able to continue using it afterwards. The clip should still be able to give tension without the plastic there. A simple piece of kapton tape could help prevent further damage.

I would test the connection by plugging the digitizer and LCD in, and clipping them both down. Power the iPad and test the X,Y coordinates across the digitzer by using a drawing app or simply moving an icon from 1 corner to the opposite corner. If you don't see any skipping you should be okay. If it doesn't have a good grip then the icon will drop at the dead spot, or the line you're drawing will skip. If that is the case then you might have to replace the Logic Board, which isn't cheap! Though you could replace the whole connection, but I personally have no experience in that.

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