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I’ve just finished a Surface Pro 4 and the left antenna was detroyeddestroyed when removing the shards of the original screen.
I’ve just finished a Surface Pro 4 and the left antenna was detroyeddestroyed when removing the shards of the original screen.
 
Its actually fairly straight forwardstraightforward to create a new antenna using copper tape with conducting adhesive.
Its actually fairly straight forwardstraightforward to create a new antenna using copper tape with conducting adhesive.
 
Remove the antennas unit (4 screws) and cover the area where the broken antenna was and tape round to the indersideunderside so the pins on the logivlogic board touch the tape.
Remove the antennas unit (4 screws) and cover the area where the broken antenna was and tape round to the indersideunderside so the pins on the logivlogic board touch the tape.
 
I added 4 layers of tape to the section where the pins touch the antenna and also bent the pins up slightly to be sure they’ll cotact the tape.
 
Wasn’t all that difficult, don’t bother looking for a replacement antenna, this will be much quicker.

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I’ve just finished a Surface Pro 4 and the left antenna was detroyed when removing the shards of the original screen.

Its actually fairly straight forward to create a new antenna using copper tape with conducting adhesive.

Remove the antennas unit (4 screws) and cover the area where the broken antenna was and tape round to the inderside so the pins on the logiv board touch the tape.

I added 4 layers of tape to the section where the pins touch the antenna and also bent the pins up slightly to be sure they’ll cotact the tape.

Wasn’t all that difficult, don’t bother looking for a replacement antenna, this will be much quicker.

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