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Not the worst cracked iPhone screen we've seen, but it's still a bummer.

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The kit, bought on eBay, comes with these tools.

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Dr. Brett, ready for surgery.

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Suction cup borrowed from a Bluetooth car speakerphone.

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You start with the two tiny screws at the bottom of the 3GS.

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Notice suction cup used to separate the two main sections.

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All the major parts are now separated (cracked screen on far left) and the new replacement screen is ready to be put on.

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New screen in place on top panel.

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iPhone is now good as new and old cracked glass is ready to be recycled.

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