I managed to get it done, but this was a personal nightmare for me and more difficult than replacing the battery in my ipad. There are too many instruction that say “remove plastic” and I have no idea which layer; there was nothing on the packaging to indicate which side was up or which side was the front and I ended up guessing the wrong direction because it “looked” right, but wasn’t. A simple sticker on the packaging indicating a direction would have removed all of the frustration. I only managed to figure it out by removing all of the plastic so that the sticky side of the adhesive was exposed and then I could finally see how it was supposed to fit and how I was supposed to press down with the other side of the plastic to push the adhesive side into the frame.
The tutorial was great and worked, though one of the tools was shaped differently and that caused a slight panic (the one that’s supposed to prevent a possible battery shortage in step 29). A separate tutorial for the reverse instructions IS NEEDED. I ended up getting parts stuck under the logic board and didn’t notice until I couldn’t find them to reconnect them - then I had to back track 5 steps. This happened a couple of times and was very frustrating. A reassembly tutorial could have listed all of the possible components that you have make sure are above the logic board before you move on to the next step. Even if they wrote instructions below the original tutorial pictures under the title: REASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS and then listed the steps, it would be helpful (that way you don’t have to make a separate page or post new pictures). But it is needed.
I did heed other people’s warnings and used hot packs in addition to the iOpener, especially for the bigger sections.
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