Great instructions and photos - thank you very much! The hardest/scariest part is Step 8 - I left a comment there explaining how I did this part without breaking the glass. The rest just requires patience and attention. I had a sheet of paper and clear sticky tape beside the iPad. Every time I removed screws or a part, I taped them to the paper and wrote down which step they were for. Putting it all back together was pretty fast and easy. Phew!!!
I found the iOpener to be very useful for removing the logic board. I heated it up, placed it on the table, and set the required section of my iPad on top of it (back side down - so exactly the opposite of the photo above). This way, I could work on removing the logic board while the iOpener provided a constant source of heat for softening the glue.
I did not do this part and had no problems. Just don’t bridge any metal parts with the screwdriver. (at least I assume this is what would cause a short)
This is the trickiest and scariest part of the procedure. (read all of the comments in Steps 1 and 2 and at the end of the guide). The iOpener also did not work for me - it simply would not soften the glue enough. I used a blowdryer. Have lots of patience and be gentle! I did not pull up on the suction cup very much. I softened the glue enough that I could get my fingernail under the glass, then I was able to wedge the pick in beside it. The rest of the screen removal went easy with the blowdryer and blue picks.
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