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Replaced my digitizer in my smart phone, need special glue

By yRaz
Apr 30, 2011
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  1. It would appear that there was some type of caulking holding the digitizer down. I've managed to hold it in place with 4 drops of superglue in select places. didn't do a heavy duty job, I just want it to stay in place till I can get my hands on the right stuff. Anyone know what kind of glue it is and where I can get some?

    Also, when I replaced my digitizer sometimes the screen is unresponsive. It works about 95% of the time but I would like it to work 100% of the time.

    I have the LG quantum C900 if anyone needs to know.
     
  2. ucould2

    ucould2 TS Guru Posts: 271

    Do you know what happens to Styrofoam when you put a drop of Super-Glue on it ?

    I don't know what they use on mobile phones however the electrician whom I took my *shower proof* battery powered shaver to, for a replacement battery. Said that stuff was just 'nothing more than hot melt glue' see HMA wiki-link here

    If you don't have a *Hot Melt Glue Gun* you don't know what your life is missing :haha:_:D
     

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