Entire screen separated from lcd during battery replacement on iPhone
While beginning the steps for battery replacement on iPhone 5, the screen lifted without the LCD . I was caught off guard to say the least. I was using the suction cup method to lift the screen assembly. I applied slow and constant pressure, when the screen showed signs of lifting, I used the plastic spunger tool, beginning in the lower left corner, to work the screen assembly free. Once it lifted, I confirmed that I was only getting the glass by comparing what was lifting for me to the pictures and video in the iphone 5 battery replacement guide by Andrew Optimus Goldberg. I have been searching both the iFixit site as well as trying different Google searches. I am unable to find any information as to how to proceed or even if I should. I have found nothing that explains how to get the LCD assembly out if it is not attached to the glass. Everything I read tells me that separating the glass from the LCD is an extremely difficult procedure. Since I have been unable to find the necessary information, I put the phone back together and will wait until I'm able to get a response. The information I have found so far would seem to imply that heat is what is the general cause of the glass and the LCD to unbond. The phone is carried in a breast pocket of a shirt for the most part. Occasionally in the hammer pocket on shorts or work pants. Heat during charging has not been a problem. With the phone back together, there don't seem to be any problems with lag or the screen appearance having issues. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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