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Offline MrsR

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SAMSUNG MOBILE PHONE BROKEN GLASS REPLACEMENT
« on: August 19, 2012, 11:16:13 PM »
Hi Guys!
My son wants me to replace the front glass on his Mobile Phone. :-[ He has the new glass Face which has heat sensitive glue for reattachment.
Does anyone know the correct temperature that is required to remove the old plate and the replacement Temp to attach the new one.
Also should I use an air heat gun or infrared heat.

Rachael

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Re: SAMSUNG MOBILE PHONE BROKEN GLASS REPLACEMENT
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2012, 04:59:22 AM »
Hi Guys!
My son wants me to replace the front glass on his Mobile Phone. :-[ He has the new glass Face which has heat sensitive glue for reattachment.
Does anyone know the correct temperature that is required to remove the old plate and the replacement Temp to attach the new one.
Also should I use an air heat gun or infrared heat.

Rachael

I've done a few but can't give temps; I've found that the adhesive they use in these isn't consistent (different give), so I've kind of developed a feel for it. Use a large nozzle on your hot air tool and keep it moving at a decent distance (set to about 200c). After a few attempts (use suction tool), you'll notice the adhesive start to 'give'. Just don't concentrate heat in one location for too long and careful, the glass obviously gets hot.
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Re: SAMSUNG MOBILE PHONE BROKEN GLASS REPLACEMENT
« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2012, 07:11:19 AM »
This can help, the temp is generally as he discusses, about 50-70C right at the phone.

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Re: SAMSUNG MOBILE PHONE BROKEN GLASS REPLACEMENT
« Reply #3 on: August 22, 2012, 09:00:10 AM »
Thanks good peoples.
Got the old glass off :) 125c as low as my H.Air gun would go and a Teflon coated ceramic Knife (didn't heat up) so no burnt digits.
Surprising bit was how easy it was to pull down.
I fixed my daughter's Mobile last year and it all clipped together and was a real pain.
Again thanks for the advice this has to be the best Electronics FORUM around must be because it's Australian ;)

Rachael 

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Re: SAMSUNG MOBILE PHONE BROKEN GLASS REPLACEMENT
« Reply #4 on: August 22, 2012, 02:54:32 PM »
Thanks good peoples.
Got the old glass off :) 125c as low as my H.Air gun would go and a Teflon coated ceramic Knife (didn't heat up) so no burnt digits.
Surprising bit was how easy it was to pull down.
I fixed my daughter's Mobile last year and it all clipped together and was a real pain.
Again thanks for the advice this has to be the best Electronics FORUM around must be because it's Australian ;)

Rachael

I've found Samsungs a lot easier to work on than most, especially Apple products (I find myself scratching my head sometimes with those guys thinking, 'why?').
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Re: SAMSUNG MOBILE PHONE BROKEN GLASS REPLACEMENT
« Reply #5 on: August 23, 2012, 02:04:02 AM »
Apple, designed to be easy and fast to assemble, but not a repairable item at all. Basically a use and toss item with a massive price tag.

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Re: SAMSUNG MOBILE PHONE BROKEN GLASS REPLACEMENT
« Reply #6 on: August 23, 2012, 03:22:27 AM »
Apple, designed to be easy and fast to assemble, but not a repairable item at all. Basically a use and toss item with a massive price tag.

Pretty much sums it up...wash and repeat.
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