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Réponse à : « My display glass is cracked. Does my digitizer need replaced. »Tammy, good morning. The answer to your question is yes, you must replace the digitizer and glass since they are fused together. The display assembly is approximately $179 for the complete kit here at Ifixit and there are full instructions on how to fix it if you want to do it yourself. Hope this helps and good luck… John Remplacement de l'écran complet de l'iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi
Réponse à : « What is the best tape or glue for rear glass and digitizers? »Kristina, here is an adhesive made for the s5. It is only $5.99 and you can order it right here. Enter the Item Code below in the search bar and you can check it out. I hope this helps. Please let me know, Thanks, John Galaxy S5 Touch Screen Adhesive Item code: IF236-043-1
Réponse à : « Won't charge or turn on »Wardy0, Pop the back open and remove the battery for 1 minute then put the battery back in the phone and close it up. Give that a try and please let me know if it helped. Good luck. Thanks, John
Réponse à : « How do I repair a cracked LCD screen? »Hi Al, here is a guide on how to replace the LCD Screen. I found a replacement LCD Screen at Newegg.com for $39.99. I included the link below as well. I hope this help you. Please let me know, thanks, John Nikon Coolpix S7000 LCD Display Replacement https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a...-GoogleMKP-PC&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleMKP-PC-_-pla-_-Accessories+-+Camera+Other-_-9SIADB45KP8404&gclid=Cj0KCQjwnqzWBRC_ARI...
Réponse à : « Our power went out at home and wave radio will not power up at all? »Hi Bo, Before checking the fuse, what type outlet is it plugged into. If it’s a GFI type outlet, see if it may have tripped. You can reset it on the outlet. If it’s a regular outlet, plug something else into it like a small lamp. If no power then check the breaker to see if it tripped, if not then check the fuse as Overdrv said above. I hope you get it back up and running. Please let us know.... Thanks, John
Réponse à : « How to remove camera bump of iPhone x »Hi Shahid, here is the link to the iPhone X Teardown. If you scroll down to step 22, it explains how you can’t remove the camera bump. Hope this helps. John Vue éclatée de l'iPhone X This is from step 22 Bonus round: What happens when you break the rear glass on your brand new iPhone X? After lots and lots of heat, we sheathed the spudger and drew our Jimmy. Like the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, The X features a seriously glued rear panel. After all of our careful Jimmying, we're still stuck: Unlike the iPhone 8's single piece rear panel, the camera bump overlaps the rear glass, and is meticulously welded to the metal frame beneath. In this classic hand-stuck-in-cookie-jar situation, we can either cut off our hand (the camera bump) or shatter the cookie jar (the rear glass). Great. We opt for the camera bump-ectomy for an intact glass panel. Those replacing a broken panel won't have any good options—and they'll have a heck of a time scraping out the shards of glued-down glass.
Réponse à : « Wy can't I find my Nokia Lumia 930? »Here is a link to show how to change the battery for a Nokia Lumia 930. Please let me know if this helps. Thanks, John... https://youtu.be/uB05oPqIdr4
Réponse à : « How do I determine which iPad I have? »Hi Paul, you can also go to Settings, at the top click on where it says Apple ID, iCloud, iTunes & App Store, then on the right side it will show any Apple products you own. It will say This iPad *** where the *** is the model you have. Ex, iPad 2, iPad Air, iPad Mini, iPad Pro..... I hope this helps.... John...
Réponse à : « I can't get them in all the way! »Good morning Raestro, I just watched a video on how to change the Shells and it did talk about towards the end of the first video you sometimes need to trim some of the plastic with an exacto knife from which the way the plastic is molded. Also it shows the importance of putting all the ribbon cables back the correct way to ensure a correct fit. It's a good video. Here is the link to watch it. I hope it helps. Please let me know, Thanks, John http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-repair-your-Nintendo-DSs-shingle/
Réponse à : « What it the part in the picture »Hi Fadi, Its an obvious Fire Hazard. I would call Anker and ask for a replacement. They may want the old one back, but thats what i would do as a former Firefighter. Im sure they will help you out, even if you have to buy another one, it is peace of mind. It does have an 18 month warranty. Something caused it to fry. Hope this helps. Please let me know, Thanks, John
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