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Old 05-15-2015, 03:52   #76 (permalink)
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Here is my attempt with the oca with loca in it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xK_8ZpLolM
Is the oca with loca is better regarding little dust, or they are the same visible?
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Is the oca with loca is better regarding little dust, or they are the same visible?
I believe dust is the same, but I think if you have a scratch in polarizer it will hide it better than normal oca. The lcd I have expiermented on had no scrathes on lcd but next time I will purposely scratch the polarizer and see if it hides the scracthes
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Old 05-15-2015, 08:32   #78 (permalink)
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i orderd -98 kpa vacouum pump it suld to better fron the -92 kpa i have i will updata you and i use prussre of 0.6 on my bubbke remover
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I'm very new to all this and still practicing but from my experience if I put in to bobble remover for more then 20 degrees I always have bobbles back in 20 minutes or so. Try to set it to 20 degrees for 20 minutes and hope you newer will have them back.
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Hi. i will try this today. Just to be sure, 20ēC? that´s like environment temp. You sure?
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Hi. i will try this today. Just to be sure, 20ēC? that´s like environment temp. You sure?
Yes Im sure that is what he means.

Do you mainly refurb samsung lcd or iphone?
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Hi. i will try this today. Just to be sure, 20ēC? that´s like environment temp. You sure?
20ēC on bobble remover. Just try this.
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Yes Im sure that is what he means.

Do you mainly refurb samsung lcd or iphone?
I do practicing on iPhone screens only at the moment as I'm very new to OCA and no proper information for it yet.
Samsung screens I do with LOCA, its more messy but no bobbles or dust after repair.
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Yes Im sure that is what he means.

Do you mainly refurb samsung lcd or iphone?
Samsung and Motorola.
i will try and post the result.
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can any one post a full vidao of samsung s4 on oca
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can any one post a full vidao of samsung s4 on oca
few weeks ago I did 20 pieces. I will post the Video soon.
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Old 05-17-2015, 00:04   #86 (permalink)
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Video of Note 3 full oca process

Here is a video of a note 3 oca process

ENJOY!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0D2lkdmbFA
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Old 05-17-2015, 09:12   #87 (permalink)
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you not claen the glass when you put the oca?
and can yo fo 1 more movie how i insart the lcd to the frame?
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you not claen the glass when you put the oca?
and can yo fo 1 more movie how i insart the lcd to the frame?
The front of the glass was messy not the back. It may look like it was the back
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sorry, friends, a question, after avcere applied film goose, to remove glass from which LCD,how much temperature use, to avoid damaging lcd?
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Old 05-19-2015, 06:22   #90 (permalink)
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I use 80C for iPhone and 100C for samsung
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