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Can you recommend a company for iPhone screen refurbishment stateside?

Since iFixit doesn't offer screen refurbishment (that I can tell), can anyone recommend a US company for refurbishing iPhone screens? I don't have time to do it myself. I'm not looking to sell my screens. I'm just hoping to have someone do the glass-only swaps for me so I can spend my time elsewhere.

I know everyone's desperate to get their hands on LCDs right now. I've been saving up and have hundreds, but I want to make sure they get done properly at a reasonable rate. Can any of you recommend a trustworthy option?

Thanks!

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You should join our [pro.ifixit.com|Pro] community and post this in our [talk.ifixit.com|Pro Talk] forum. Thousands of repair techs are networking and finding the best ways to get projects like this accomplished.

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Gotcha, I didn't realize that we had a separate forum. Oops. :)

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Josh besides joining pro.ifixit.com I'd recommend that you try and get in touch with this member. Looks like he could help you out.

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If you've got a bunch of OE cores it might be worth doing, but in general everyone I know of sells cores and buys parts. Whether or not they buy the parts from the same place they sell cores to is up for debate.

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That's not really a good option at this point. With parts running $60+ most places, I'm getting less than $20 per LCD by selling my broken screens. That's still a net loss of $10+ per display compared to the $30 I was paying for screens a couple weeks ago.

I'd definitely rather give someone my screens to have them refurbished for me at a discounted rate. Saves more money and allows me to keep my prices down in the already competitive market.

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