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The iOpener is an insulated, heat-retaining bag that can be heated in a microwave and used to transfer heat to the adhesive along the edge of an iPad or similar device.

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Can we use hot water to heat it up?

I don´t own a microwave (but could borrow one from the neighbor).

I do own a Water-heater with thermostat. Could I use that if set to a specific temperature?

What temperature would be right?

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Hello Thomas,

We have not done any sort of testing with regards to heating an iOpener in a waterbath, so if you have access to a microwave, it would be your best bet to borrow your neighbor's microwave to do the repair.

- Jasen

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But in your testing, what temperature did you find to be needed to soften the glue?

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Jason, do an "iFixit teardown", find out what you are selling. What's in it?

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