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Hi Lou,
As you have probably noted, there is no screw to open the iPad 2 and in fact it make opening this iDevice much more complicate that an iPhone for example.
This is the reason why all iPad 2 guides are marked "Very difficult"!
I wouldn't say it is too risky, it depends on you, your skills and probably also your tools. If you want to make a good job you will have to use the good tools. Look at this [product|IF145-198] at least!
-* If you decide to access the volume button hole from inside the rear case, the minimum require disassemble is [guide|7196|the display].
+* If you decide to access the volume button hole from inside the rear case, the minimum require disassemble is [guide|7196|the display]. Look at this guide so you will have a better view on what you would have to do.
* Once you will have the screen out, you will have a better view if further dis-assembly is required. Any further dis-assembly should be piece of cake after what you've done just before!
* Also remember that you're gonna have to [guide|10846|re-install the screen with new adhesive strips] after that. ''([product|IF110-013|New adhesive strips available here.])''
Let us know what is your decision, and good luck!

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Bearbeitet von: Gaetan ,

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Hi Lou,
-Has you have probably noted, there is no screw to open the iPad 2 and in fact it make opening this iDevice much more complicate that an iPhone for example.
+As you have probably noted, there is no screw to open the iPad 2 and in fact it make opening this iDevice much more complicate that an iPhone for example.
-This is the reason all iPad 2 guides are marked "Very difficult"!
+This is the reason why all iPad 2 guides are marked "Very difficult"!
-I wouldn't say it is too risky, it depend on you, your skills and probably also your tools. If you want to make a good job you will have to use the good tools you look at the [product|IF145-198] at least!
+I wouldn't say it is too risky, it depends on you, your skills and probably also your tools. If you want to make a good job you will have to use the good tools. Look at this [product|IF145-198] at least!
-* If you decide to access the volume button hole inside the rear case, I the minimum require disassemble is [guide|7196|the display].
-* Once you will have the screen out, you will have a better view if further dis-assembly is required. Any further dis-assembly should be piece of cake facing after what you've done just before!
+* If you decide to access the volume button hole from inside the rear case, the minimum require disassemble is [guide|7196|the display].
+* Once you will have the screen out, you will have a better view if further dis-assembly is required. Any further dis-assembly should be piece of cake after what you've done just before!
* Also remember that you're gonna have to [guide|10846|re-install the screen with new adhesive strips] after that. ''([product|IF110-013|New adhesive strips available here.])''
Let us know what is your decision, and good luck!

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Gaetan ,

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Hi Lou,

Has you have probably noted, there is no screw to open the iPad 2 and in fact it make opening this iDevice much more complicate that an iPhone for example.

This is the reason all iPad 2 guides are marked "Very difficult"!

I wouldn't say it is too risky, it depend on you, your skills and probably also your tools. If you want to make a good job you will have to use the good tools you look at the [product|IF145-198] at least!

* If you decide to access the volume button hole inside the rear case, I the minimum require disassemble is [guide|7196|the display].
* Once you will have the screen out, you will have a better view if further dis-assembly is required. Any further dis-assembly should be piece of cake facing after what you've done just before!
* Also remember that you're gonna have to [guide|10846|re-install the screen with new adhesive strips] after that. ''([product|IF110-013|New adhesive strips available here.])''

Let us know what is your decision, and good luck!

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