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+[* black] Place a suction cup next to the iPad's home button and press down to create a seal.
+ [* icon_note] To get the most leverage, place the suction cup as close to the edge as possible without going past the edge of the display.
+[* black] Firmly pull up on the suction cup to to create a small gap between the front panel and the rear case.
+ [* icon_caution] Don't pull too hard, or you may shatter the glass. If necessary, apply more heat to further soften the adhesive.
+ [* icon_note] If your iPad's screen is badly cracked, covering it with a smooth layer of clear packing tape may help the suction cup adhere. Alternatively, use a strong piece of tape (such as duct tape) and [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/NgVMfmOgJwEalMFF.huge|fold it into a handle|new_window=true].
+[* black] Once you've opened a sufficient gap, insert an opening pick into the gap.

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