Jon Dulin

About Jon Dulin

Hi, my name is Jon and I run Compounding Pennies. I've been interested in personal finance since high school and have both my undergraduate and masters degree's in finance. I also have a Certificate in Financial Planning and am licensed by FINRA. I've spent over 15 years in the financial services industry helping people with their finances. You can learn more about me in my About page.

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  1. AvatarFrank Kelly says

    Great tips on self repair! For those that are relatively tech savvy, it can be a great solution. For those who aren’t, that’s when your friendly phone repair biz is worthwhile.

  2. AvatarDean says

    I would suggest taking it to a professional that has experience fixing this type of item. These phones have very small components and are quite hard to fix correctly without the proper tools.

  3. AvatarElden Gatley says

    I agree that you should hire a pro to fix your cracked screen. Otherwise, you’ll probably mess your phone up even more. Watching a tutorial can give you the knowledge, but not the experience you’d need to succeed.

  4. AvatarBrian says

    DIYing a screen repair can be intimidating, but there are so many YouTube tutorials out there that anyone can be an expert. Even still, if you are too scared, you can take it to a shop and they will fix it for pretty cheap. Thanks for sharing.

    • Jon DulinJon Dulin says

      I agree. A lot of repairs can seem overwhelming. But YouTube is an excellent resource no matter the job. Odds are you will be able to find out how to make the repairs in a video.

  5. AvatarMcKenzie says

    When it comes to fixing screens I found that finding people that I knew and knew how to do it would actually cut me a deal as long as I ordered the screen. It was cheaper than hiring a professional! Thanks for sharing these options!

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