Battery Isolation Tool Demo

Here at eTech Parts, we consider ourselves strong advocates for high quality service. From the premium parts for iPhones we sell to the level of customer service we offer every day, quality is always our first priority. This means we’re constantly looking for the latest and greatest parts, tools and accessories to offer our growing community of repair shops.

So when we heard about a brand new, super affordable repair tool for the iPad, we jumped at the chance to offer it to the Repair Community. This tiny piece of plastic can save you hours of troubleshooting and soldering, simply by preventing electrical overload damage to the logic board.

Here’s a quick video demonstrating how to use the Battery Isolation Tool to disconnect an iPad battery. Just remove one screw holding the battery connector in place and slide the tool right under to safely remove the battery from the logic board.

 

 

The battery isolation tool for iPad is used to disconnect the battery from the logic board during iPad repair, reducing the chances of electrical overload damage to the board. You can find it on our website for under $2, and if you haven’t already you can sign up for a wholesale account to receive wholesale discounts and insider information. This tool is a must-have for any repair technician who performs iPad repairs.

Leave a comment below if you’ve gotten the chance to try out this new tool and let us know what you think! Do you find it helpful during iPad repairs? What’s one tool you wish we offered here at eTech Parts? We love getting feedback from the Repair Community so let us know — and be sure to head over to our Facebook page where hundreds of repair technicians gather daily to talk shop and share tips and tricks. Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more from eTech Parts!

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