"Best practices" for reassembly?
I’ve just started delving into fixing my own devices, and one thing I noticed almost right away is that reassembly is a lot harder than disassembly, especially with small or fiddly things like the insides of phones or other tiny devices. For instance, I just did some work inside an oculus rift that went all the way to taking the motherboard out, and the hardest part was getting all the pieces to line up properly again during reassembly to make sure I could reattach everything without breaking something.
Are there any tips or best practices for making things easier for yourself and/or making sure you don’t damage delicate parts? That seems to be the one thing this website doesn’t have a guide about.
Edit: Since there seems to be some confusion, the issue isn’t knowing how it goes back together, I have a handle on that already. My question is whether there’s a safe(er) way of doing it that carries minimal risk of damaging something. My experience with the Rift showed me that trying to awkwardly hold onto multiple tiny PCBs at the same time that are all connected to each other with flimsy cables just doesn’t seem like a smart thing to do.
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Maybe record yourself taking it apart and the playing it back so u know what position each item was in when u managed to take it... eg if u had to turn a certain way or align it a certain way having it recorded may help however ultimately it's just building experience working with things and learning how logically things should go together or come apart...