Sale on Samsung Galaxy S5 Screen Repairs!

Hello again folks,

It’s time to run a special because I am overstocked on Black Samsung Galaxy S5 Screens! We need to talk a little bit about this repairs, because it can get confusing at times.

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1. We install screen assemblies onto our customer units. That means that the glass, LCD, and digitizer are all pre-assembled and “sealed” together. This is a major point because there are other repair services out there that do not. In particular:

2. We don’t replace just the outer glass. There are many services out there that just replace the glass. And we can do it too; but it doesn’t ever look perfect, and it never passes our Quality Control personnel. In fact, many times after just a short while the phone will have issues with dust under the screen, failing touch functions, “hot spots” that look like discolored pressure points, or just simply no screen visible at all. All of that and our customers demand that the screens look factory new…and there is no way to do this by simply scraping off the old glass with a hair dryer (yeah, look it up) and replacing it.

Be aware of any service that claims they can replace the glass only on a Samsung Galaxy S5. Firstly, this is not a “factory” repair. It’s a shortcut intended to save money and if something goes wrong during the process (i.e. the repair center scratches your LCD or even cracks it) who’s responsible then? Also, what kind of warranty will you get with a glass-only repair? At Mission Repair, you’ll get a 1 year warranty, the repair will look like it did when it was brand new, and there will NEVER be dust under the screen from a faulty “scrape and glue” job. Oh yeah, and now through Friday March 13, 2015 the Samsung Galaxy S5 Black screen repairs are $20 off normal repair price. Just use coupon code “BS5” when checking out online or tell your customer service representative about it for savings.

Thanks, Ryan

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