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Motorola Moto G LCD Screen Replacement and Digitizer Repair Kit - Black / White

LCD Screen Replacement Kit for Motorola Moto G

Price: $44.99
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Compatible with Motorola Moto G 1st Gen (not 2nd Gen or 3rd Gen)

  • Replace your broken screen in under an hour!
  • Highest quality, brand new and factory tested
  • Capacitive Touchscreen with exact fit connections
  • Fixes most screen issues - cracks, touch, dead pixels, lines
  • In Stock Items Ship Same Day
  • Free Warranty - 100% guaranteed parts
  • Trusted seller - U.S. owned, 10 years in business
  • Don't be scammed by low quality products & unreliable sellers
  • Buy this complete kit and get your device back!
Complete Repair Kit - Everything You Need
  • Full LCD, Glass, and Digitizer Assembly
  • Tailored Tool Kit - proprietary screwdrivers, picks, wedge
  • Access to instructions, tips, and videos
  • The EASIEST screen repair option!
Compatible Models - Identify your device
XT1028 | XT1031 | XT1032 | XT1034 | XT1036

This repair requires precision and patience. RepairPartsPlus is not responsible for any damage to devices during installation.

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Customer Rating: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

Harder than you might think October 15, 2016
Reviewer: Tim Hebb from Los Angeles, CA United States  
The part itself may well be perfectly fine, but I won't know until I take it along with my broken phone to a professional repair shop. After watching several YouTube videos, I realized the tools included with this kit are not really adequate for this repair.  I do computer and laptop repair, but cell phones are a different – and much tinier – animal.  Unless you have plenty of extra time to invest in the learning process, you may be better off replacing a phone with a shattered screen, or taking it for professional repair.

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