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Introduzione

In questa guida ti mostreremo come aprire il dispositivo e sostituire lo schermo. Prima di cominciare assicurati che il tuo dispositivo sia spento.

  1. Scalda gli angoli dello schermo con una pistola termica e impostando la temperatura più bassa. Usa un movimento oscillatorio e mantieniti ad una distanza di 20-25 cm. Assicurati di oscillare, ed evitare di soffermarti su una sola area dello schermo.
    • Scalda gli angoli dello schermo con una pistola termica e impostando la temperatura più bassa. Usa un movimento oscillatorio e mantieniti ad una distanza di 20-25 cm.

    • Assicurati di oscillare, ed evitare di soffermarti su una sola area dello schermo.

  2. Dopo 1-2 minuti, usa uno strumento di apertura in plastica per staccare lo schermo. Comincia dall'angolo in alto a destra e con delicatezza rimuovi lo schermo dal dispositivo.
    • Dopo 1-2 minuti, usa uno strumento di apertura in plastica per staccare lo schermo. Comincia dall'angolo in alto a destra e con delicatezza rimuovi lo schermo dal dispositivo.

    • Fai attenzione a non piegare troppo lo schermo facendo troppa forza.

  3. Fai scorrere lo strumento di apertura in plastica e lo spudger lungo i lati dello schermo applicando abbastanza forza per rimuovere lo schermo e la striscia adesiva dall'altra metà del dispositivo. Fai attenzione al cavo arancione che collega lo schermo alla metà inferiore del dispositivo. Fai attenzione al cavo arancione che collega lo schermo alla metà inferiore del dispositivo.
    • Fai scorrere lo strumento di apertura in plastica e lo spudger lungo i lati dello schermo applicando abbastanza forza per rimuovere lo schermo e la striscia adesiva dall'altra metà del dispositivo.

    • Fai attenzione al cavo arancione che collega lo schermo alla metà inferiore del dispositivo.

  4. Per rimuovere lo schermo dal dispositivo, usa un paio di pinzette per scollegare il cavo arancione dal suo connettore sullo schermo. Per rimuovere lo schermo dal dispositivo, usa un paio di pinzette per scollegare il cavo arancione dal suo connettore sullo schermo. Per rimuovere lo schermo dal dispositivo, usa un paio di pinzette per scollegare il cavo arancione dal suo connettore sullo schermo.
    • Per rimuovere lo schermo dal dispositivo, usa un paio di pinzette per scollegare il cavo arancione dal suo connettore sullo schermo.

    Hello,

    I followed this tutorial, and it was very helpful. However, the screen does not react to touch. Its there some sort of hard reboot required? Or is my problem likely a screen malfunction problem?

    Thanks,

    Keegan Fregeau - Replica

    Hi Keegan.  Did you ever get a response to your question on this?  I just replaced my screen on a kindle fire hd8 today and am having issues with the touch screen.  it turns on and apps come up but when I try to enter a passcode certain numbers won’t populate and certain areas of the screen won’t respond.  It’s very touchy in some areas and not so much in others. :(

    Cheryl Waltz -

    Mine is doing that NO response thing also. Have inspected for any tiny hsrd to see damages. Looks perfectly fine. Why it no response now?

    Kitty Morgan - Replica

    I think no one has an answer for why the touch screen doesnt feel touchy any more after a quick freedom from attachment time. Maybe that super tough sticky adhesive,once its been conquered successfully, lets the magic touch electrons escape from the screen so it doesn’t recognize the touch as completing the circuit. Any ideas on that? I’ve heard of the smoke theory before, but no smoke escaped that was visible. And the Olofonz Theory, that I learned a bunch of years ago in the USN, doesnt apply to this mystery either. Anybody out there? Please, ET geeks, I need some help so I can grow my skill levels higher to prevent the total destruction of my budget by replacing one cell phone, or tablet, right after another. Ouch!

    Kitty Morgan - Replica

    I’m confused, other videos online give the suggestion that to remove the screen is a longer process. Also the pictures don’t appear to illustrate the actual glass being removed, between step 3 & 4 the glass cover has disappeared and there’s no mention of it.

    Steve Chapman - Replica

    You will need to reheat the screen so it can adhere to the LCD.

    cl0udwatcher - Replica

    I'm having a similar issue with the touch screen not responding to touch, Hadn't used it in 2 months since my son got sick all over it and it didn't seem to want to charge or hold a charge after cleaning and drying it up,.. until today I decided to check it out, which it was able to charge and powered on, which soon after jumped to 9% charge then 50%, I checked to see if there was a new system update, which there was one downloaded/ready to install and one pending or something like that and it mentioned that it would auto install the next time the Kindle wasn't in use or I could choose to update now, clicked now to get it over with and ever since the screen has been non responsive. now the screen will come on but I am unable to slide unlock or press anything, I can hold the power button and the option pops up to restart or turn off and I can't select either,… the volume buttons work, and the power button, which I've tried the “hold the power button for 40seconds “ to restart but it doesn't help…..

    I'm lost….

    tripnoticntx - Replica

    I read from another site that you should disconnect the battery not just power off and to also ground yourself or get a grounding strap from a electronic supply place do that you do not short anything out. I have not done mine yet I am still researching. I will send a link if I can find a good one . Thanks for the warnings.

    imememine - Replica

    I just successfully replaced the glass and digitizer on a Kindle Fire HD 8 Plus 10th generation (as a complete novice). This is NOT all it took. The digitizer has to replaced and the glass replacement should come with that attached. It has to be threaded through and carefully inserted into the port. There were no instructions that came with the kit I ordered off Amazon for $26.99 and no videos of the 10th generation model. I watched some older ones…went for it…and it worked!

    best video: https://youtu.be/biasTJcB6GQ

    Amy Bennett - Replica

Conclusione

Per riassemblare il dispositivo, segui le istruzioni nell'ordine inverso.

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Thankyou so much!

Judie Buder @me.com - Replica

Very nice, but even Amazon is not marketing the replacement screens.

Wendy Huntington Parker Fages - Replica

True, but if you happen to find another dysfunctional Fire ( with an intact screen) you can always harvest the display from that one and put it on your functioning unit. Long shot. But that's why this repair guide is still helpful even though parts aren't readily available.

Kelsea Weber -

Fingers crossed Amazon offers more parts in the future! :)

Kelsea Weber -

I ordered one from Amazon yesterday. Supposed to be 2 day shipping. Certainly not the $12 cheepy from China, but hopefully it will actually be shipped and delivered to my house. Any item Ive ever ordered that ended up being shipped directly from China has never found its way to my house and ends up costing about a months delay in the fixing of whatever device i have taken on the responsibility of to try & repair for someone.

Worth the $29 i’m paying at Amazon

Kitty Morgan -

There's a thought i didn't have. I Asked Alibaba if theirs would be compatable. No answer yet. What else goes wrong with them? Who would try and sell a broken one? What do you think about using an iron over a tea towel instead of a heat gun?

Wendy Huntington Parker Fages - Replica

Do you know if all the HD 8’s are the same instructions for the screen replacement mine is version 6

john evans - Replica

Is this the 7th generation fire hd tablet?

Sean Watts - Replica

You can buy replacement screens on ebay. I got mine for about $12 and it came directly from China.

Bret Essing - Replica

How did it work out?

Peter Meny -

I worked out great and was shipped directly from China with a lot of padding. The above guide put us in the right direction, however nothing in the guide mentioned having to remove the back cover first. After spending a lot of time doing a lot of the wrong things, we found another kindle guide for a different model that helped get us back on track. Once we had the back off, the rest was a piece of cake. I now have a working HD Fire 8 with a new screen!

Bret Essing -

I've found replacement digitizers on eBay but I can't find a break down of how it is bonded to the LCD. Will I need Loca glue and a UV light? 6th generation HD 8

arosadler - Replica

Same here. Did you found a solution?

kidkaraoke -

On Monday we are going to be doing a PR53DC Model its the For Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8 HD8 6TH- PR53DC were gonna see if we can do it without breaking the LCD. We will let you know if it needs loca or OCA were hoping its not fused just glued along the edges so we can just slice the adhesive free.

Adrienne S - Replica

Amazon is selling the screens for the fire hd8

pate7111 - Replica

can you help me with my amazon

fire 8 tablet

Samantha Lenz - Replica

With the 7th Gen Fire HD 8, The entire assembly must be removed

David Madrigal - Replica

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