Samsung Galaxy S5 Glass Repairs at home? Think about it.

Hello friends,

We sell some “do it yourself” parts, but please be warned, that attempting to remove the glass from the front of a Samsung Galaxy S5 is not an easy task. I don’t really care how easy “they” show you on YouTube…whomever “they” are! You can’t simply apply a hairdryer and wait for 10 minutes and expect the screen to peel away cleanly. In fact, the LCD under it is NOT going to make it through the operation…kind of like this:

Yes, the glass is off!  But everything under it is now destroyed.  Don't say I didn't warn you...

Yes, the glass is off! But everything under it is now destroyed. Don’t say I didn’t warn you…

The GLASS ONLY repair on a Galaxy S5 should only be done by someone that knows what they are doing. In fact, I’ll be happy to report that Mission Repair CAN separate the glass from the LCD, but it never looks 100% again; so we DO NOT offer this service at this time.

We purchase complete assemblies for the Galaxy S5 which includes a new glass,digitizer and LCD that’s assembled together in a clean room environment. This is the ONLY way that we can provide a quality repair that our discerning customers demand.

Now, on the other hand, if you’re in the market for a repair that’s sub-par, we’d be happy to give that to you as well. I’m just kidding, I can’t do it.

There’s a lot of discussion about the Galaxy S5 screen (glass only) repair on the internet – just remember that you get what you pay for.

Thanks everyone, I’m just about out of here for the day…talk to you again soon. Ryan

Not even the mighty iMac is immune.

Hello friends,

We had a customer come in to our Olathe service lab and drop off her iMac- with a smashed glass. This isn’t any “normal” glass panel, these are thick and dangerous when cracked. This particular unit fell over and crunched.

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This is a pretty straight-forward repair, it only takes a few minutes (but you have to be very careful to make sure everything is clean on the inside!) and makes the computer look new again.

Bottom line is: don’t drop your iMac. But if you do, give us a call at Mission Repair and we’ll be glad to help you out!

Take care, Ryan