How to replace Broken screen digitizer
I like to know if someone know how to replace de screen of a samsung galaxy tab 3 8.0 because this is broken
I don't know about the older ones. But I just tried to replace the Screen Digitizer. So the glass and touch screen on a Samsung Galaxy Tab Model: SM-T310 16GB WiFi model.
Unfortunately they have decided to glue the Glass/Digitizer to the LCD panel, making it very difficult if not almost impossible to replace only the Glass/Digitizer panel. (I followed a guide on Youtube where the digitizer was only glued to the bezel not the LCD)
I used a heat gun with different settings that i purchased from Harbor Freight for around $30 dollars that actually has different settings. I used the 570 deg F first and once I realized the LCD was glued to the glass I moved it up a notch to 660 deg F. Unfortunately I wasn't patient enough and ended up cracking the LCD as well. I'm not sure what temperatures the LCD can actually handle either, that may also have damaged it. I know the logic boards and electronic components can definitely handle that high of a temperature, LCD doubtful. Would be nice if one of the iFixit guru's could weigh in on this. I've taken pictures of the torn down unit, if you want me to post. It's not really a help in taking it apart, but it's verification for you that there actually is/was glue on the LCD in the newer models.
Here is a quick update on a repair that I am doing on a Samsung Galaxy Tab Model: SM-T310 16GB WiF. Prepare for a long post with some tips. Before I started this repair I viewed the exact movie that SiliconSurfer viewed. ( usseless )
I used a regular hair dryer with a tight nozzle to heat up the lcd and started peeling of the glass. It was clear to me that the LCD, glas and digitizer are glued together but can be separated.
I have noticed 3 layers in the screen. ( top to bottom)
My tips & process.
I'm thinking about the next steps an how I will apply new loca and use the UV light to fix the new digitizer in place. Tips on placing the digitizer are more than welcome.
Next time I wil film or take pictures.
Greetings Super Man
i used a heat gun along with a high "E" guitar string (the smallest string).
I used the string like dental floss between the glass and the digitizer. pay attention to where the cable connection is as not to pull on it with the guitar string. start at the opposite end of the cable and work your way down.
I used a hotplate set at 80 c and molybdenum wire. It split quite easily. I have now assembled without loca and have a massive air bubble in between the digitiser and LCD, i don't like using loca as it gets everywhere. But will probably have to, or purchase the full unit.
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