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BLU PURE XL LCD & TP BLACK
Posted by John G. on 1st Sep 2017
I have replaced many screens for apple products for my friends. I replaced this screen on my own phone after the original developed a hairline fracture and would not display correctly. The install was very simple compared to apple products. First, I disconnected the battery and single connector for the LCD. I studied the new LCD to understand how to remove the bad one and simply heated the glue areas with a hair dryer until I could get an edge to lift slightly using my suction cup / ring. I then used my plastic picks, etc. to carefully lift it. I temporarily installed the new screen and tested it by partially assembling the phone. Then, I removed all the plastic tabs from the new screen and used the original glue which was still intact to hold it in place. My new screen seems to have a better picture than the original and the contrast is noticeably better. I must note that my original screen was not physically damaged enough to break into small pieces, so its removal was relatively simple and I didn't have to pick microscopic shards of glass out before installing the new screen. Although it was more expensive than I expected, it was less expensive than the knock-off screens on other sites.