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One of the most important ways you can ensure highest payment for your broken LCDs is to ensure it’s safely packed before shipping.  Please remember, the total value in each shipment is determined by the number of good LCD screens, not just in the number LCD screens shipped. Typically, your LCD screens are already broken in some way.

Please consider / We Recommend:
  • Manufactures do not design the LCD screens to withstand the elements once removed from a handset. Pressure points, dust and dirt, moisture and the chances of electronic static discharge are greatly increased once removed.
  • An “adequate” packing job can lower an overall yield by as much as 10%. We’ve seen “Poor” packing jobs reduce overall yield by 10%-50%.
  • Consider a safe storage area for your LCD screens the moment they’re removed from the mobile device. Placing the defective LCD screen back into a bubble bag or storage sleeve is best practice.
  • If possible, conduct repair job in an anti-static environment and store LCD screens in a moisture free area.
  • It’s a good idea to store LCD screens in a bin with a removal lid to prevent moisture, dust and static shock.
  • Bad LCD screens caused by flex damage have little to no value. The cost to reclaim is very high.
Suggested Packing Steps Method 1 (No Bubble Bags):
    1. Place LCD screens face to face with flex cables positioned in the same direction. This protects the LCDs as well as provides more space within your shipment.


    2. Place two sets of LCDs pairs back to back as show, ensure flex cables are all facing one way.


    3. Stack 5 pairs to complete a set of 10 total LCD screens. As mentioned above, these 10 screens are face to face and back to back, packing more than 10 LCD screens as a set increase the chances of breakage.


    4. Secure each set of 10 LCD screens in bubble wrap or other protective material. Taping the bubbles sets is recommended. You want the wrapping to be tight enough so the LCD screens do not shift around but not too tight where pressure might damage the screens. NOTE: If you do not have bubble wrap, using a rubber band to secure sets of 10 screens along with multiple wraps of newspaper is better than not wrapping at all


    5. Place sets of screens in packing box. Use a layer of bubbles, crinkled newspaper or other material to line the bottom of the box. It’s best to line the sides of the box once you have a few sets in the box with more crinkled newspaper as well as on the top of the box.



Steps are very similar to method 1 above.

  1. Place LCD screens in bubble bags with flex cables positioned towards the opening of the bag.
  2. Wrap sets of 10 screens in a rubber band tight enough to keep them together, but not too tight to cause damage.
  3. Place in packing box with packing material on the bottom, sides and top of box.
Standard LCD Packing Rules
  • Before you tape shut the box, close the box lid and give the package a hard 5 second shake. If you can feel any contents move around, more filler material is needed.
  • Select a box size that is appropriate for the quantity of screens.
  • Used sufficient tape to seal up the box.
  • It’s highly recommended that each box contain no more than 350-400 LCDs or exceeds 65lbs in weight or exceeds the durability or weight limit for the box.
  • Writing “Fragile – Glass Contents” on all faces of the box in large visible writing will likely increase the sensitivity that carrier employees handle the parcel.

Again, ensuring the above recommendations ensures the least amount of breakage during transit.

Please don’t forget to fill out the Recycling Form and to include a printed copy of the from with your shipment.


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