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Bewerking door Jeff Suovanen

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-[* icon_caution] Be careful when pulling the glass screen off the phone because there is a connector which connects the screen to the phone. This connector will be removed separately in the next step.
-[* icon_note] It may be necessary to heat the glass panel with a heat gun or hair dryer to soften the adhesive.
-[* black] Carefully pry the front display assembly off the phone by sliding a plastic opening tool around the seam of the device.
-[* icon_note] Use the suction cup to pull the screen off if it will not come off with the opening tool.
+[* black] Heat the perimeter of the display using an iOpener, hair dryer, or heat gun.
+ [* icon_note] Heat will help soften the adhesive securing the display, making it easier to separate. The display should be heated until it's slightly too hot to touch, for roughly two minutes. Use extra caution if working with a heat gun, as applying too much heat will permanently damage the OLED panel.
+[* black] Use a suction cup to lift one edge of the screen just slightly, creating a small gap between the display and the frame of the phone.
+[* black] Insert an opening pick into the gap.
+[* black] Carefully slide the opening pick around the perimeter of the phone to separate the adhesive.
+ [* icon_caution] If you plan to re-use the display, don't insert the opening pick more than a few millimeters into the phone, or you may damage the OLED panel underneath the glass.
+ [* icon_note] You may need to slide the pick around the perimeter multiple times to fully separate the adhesive. Work slowly and carefully until the display begins to come free.
+[* black] Gently lift the display, but don't try to fully detach it yet—it is still connected by a ribbon cable lying underneath.

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