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Old 04-27-2015, 22:43   #46 (permalink)
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Wd40 on a paper towel


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i have some prablom when i remove the polroizer in the iphone 5 when i remove the glue some of the adhesive remover get in the backlight how you do it
I can make a video showing how to do it with wd40 and a paper towel. It takes alot of time and patients though. Tell me with you want me to make. I dont mind at all
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Old 04-27-2015, 23:00   #47 (permalink)
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DO you mean put something under lcd in laminator

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guys i had some of problems like you with oca and i solved, problem usualy when u installing oca on the lcd or when u laminate the screen is down becuase the part of the tape from back of the lcd left in the frame then u need to put something under lcd inside mould to laminate good its shouldnt be almost nothing bubbles if anyone have more questions please contact me on skype
Hi,

so if we put something thin underneath the lcd while laminating the glass to the lcd it will lower the chances of bubbles coming back

like this picture


and not like this picture right
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Old 04-27-2015, 23:04   #48 (permalink)
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one other issue with the machine ko, then uses remove bubbles, perfect after I there are always problems of bubbles that everyone is talking about?
Also, because I have to buy, and I would not spend $ 2,000, then to have problems after bubbles


please help to buy a machine that has no problems, some advice from some model that you have?
KO machine works very well. It had a air compressor already built in and does not make alot of noise.

The only reason I would say buy another machine is only if you do bulk refurbishing. like hundreds in one day. If you do on a small level this ko is just fine.

The bubble problem is not because of the machine but is because of not properly using the machine. So if you do decide to buy the ko you have to get the hang of it to not get bubbles, same as any other machine
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Old 04-27-2015, 23:08   #49 (permalink)
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celluarman can you do the video and do you have skape?
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Old 04-28-2015, 00:19   #50 (permalink)
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celluarman can you do the video and do you have skape?
skype name: cellularman89
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Old 04-28-2015, 01:16   #51 (permalink)
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MAKE SURE YOU CHECK EXPIRATION DATE OF OCA GLUE IF ITS NEARING TO DATE YHE ITS NOT Good FOR REPAIR
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Old 04-28-2015, 01:22   #52 (permalink)
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look for a better loca adhesive using ultraviolet light to dry the glu.
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Old 04-28-2015, 01:53   #53 (permalink)
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MAKE SURE YOU CHECK EXPIRATION DATE OF OCA GLUE IF ITS NEARING TO DATE YHE ITS NOT Good FOR REPAIR
Hi. How do you check expiration on the oca tape? I see no expiration on the front label.

Also I keep my oca in the freezer so it can stay fresh
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Old 04-28-2015, 01:54   #54 (permalink)
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look for a better loca adhesive using ultraviolet light to dry the glu.
Are you speaking of oca that has loca in it?

Or

Loca Alone?
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Old 04-28-2015, 10:00   #55 (permalink)
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cellularman you on the skape?
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Old 04-28-2015, 13:08   #56 (permalink)
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Hello Everybody .Bought oca vacuum lamination machine last week,but dont know how to use it.I mean ,what about presure ( 2-3 bar.) and lamination time ( 1-3 min.)?Thanks
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Hello Everybody .Bought oca vacuum lamination machine last week,but dont know how to use it.I mean ,what about presure ( 2-3 bar.) and lamination time ( 1-3 min.)?Thanks
pioery whice machine you buy?
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KO machine works very well. It had a air compressor already built in and does not make alot of noise.

The only reason I would say buy another machine is only if you do bulk refurbishing. like hundreds in one day. If you do on a small level this ko is just fine.

The bubble problem is not because of the machine but is because of not properly using the machine. So if you do decide to buy the ko you have to get the hang of it to not get bubbles, same as any other machine

thank you very much and I wanted to know, if always very polite
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Old 05-01-2015, 09:14   #59 (permalink)
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someone came the film oca, for drying UV rays?
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Old 05-01-2015, 09:15   #60 (permalink)
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you can tell where you buy it?
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