Part: Replacement camera lens with adhesive
Warranty: 12 Months
Compatibility: Morotola Moto G5
Parts Origin - OEM
The term OEM stands for 'Original Equipment Manufacturer', the exact meaning differs in several industries.
To us, OEM means that the part is the same part used within your device, using the same materials and specifications.
We use the term OEM to cover many parts from refurbished, used and new components, the exact condition will be stated in the items description.
In some cases when the part supplied is made up to several components (for example an LCD assembly) the part may have been assembled by a 3rd party vendor using OEM parts meaning that consumable may differ (such as adhesive used)
Although strict testing procedures are put in place to ensure the quality of the part these testing practices and procedures may differ from the checks manufacturers use.
Any hardware supplied as OEM will not have any quality loss or loss of features and covered under our extensive returns policy.
As in many cases we dont obtain directly from the devices manufacturer, nor in some cases are we affiliated with device manufacturer in any way and they are not involved in the testing or sales process of the component we sell.
So I got a new Moto G5 as a xmas pressie. Laid it down on the granite work surface in the kitchen and the camera glass cracked. Didn't slam it down. Didn't drop it. Just placed it down. And it cracked right across between the camera lens and the flash. I'd only had it a day. Oh dear I thought. What to do. It still took pictures OK but that crack was annoying. So I took the plunge and bought a replacement . After looking around at You Tube and various other places I decided not to follow the advice. I didn't heat the area up or smash the glass to smithereens to get it out. I quite simply got a sharp pair of tweezers and a scalpel and dug in to get a start. Then I used a pair of mini needle nosed pliers to grab the glass and peeled it away. It came off no problem. Like a sardine tin. Including all of the adhesive backing. I then discovered the reason why the glass had actually cracked. There is a metal plate pressed in and around the lens and flash unit that had a raised area where it hadn't been pressed home properly. Installed by machine no doubt. The glass would have been touching that raised area and the slightest pressure cracked it. So I pressed it home properly with the end of the pliers. After a trial fit of the new glass , which is OEM and had exactly the same marking underneath as the old one, I peeled off the backing paper to the adhesive and set it down. The adhesive didn't take so I replaced the back of the phone lined everything up, placed a damp cloth on the back and used a heat gun on the glass for 10 secs just to flash it off. It worked. Everything now looks like new and I can honestly say that you would never know. Cheers Replace Base
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