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Current version by: ZsTech ,

Title:

Can I Fix The Lock Button on 5c Without Replacing the Cable?

Text:

Hello

I am posting to ask if its possible to fix an iphone 5c lock button that still clicks, but is unresponsive to the phone... yet sometimes the phone asks to be powered off.

Does this mean

A) I need to replace the ribbon flex cable internally?

B) I can wedge a conductive/non-conductive piece somewhere to fix it?

C) Just the button needs to be replaced?

D) Maybe something needs cleaning?

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Device:

iPhone 5c

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

+315245

Edit by: ZsTech ,

Title:

Can I Fix The Lock Button on 5c Without Replacing the Cable?

Text:

Hello

I am posting to ask if its possible to fix an iphone 5c lock button that still clicks, but is unresponsive to the phone... yet sometimes the phone asks to be powered off.

Does this mean

A) I need to replace the ribbon flex cable internally?

B) I can wedge a conductive/non-conductive piece somewhere to fix it?

C) Just the button needs to be replaced?

D) Maybe something needs cleaning?

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Device:

iPhone 5c

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

-315247

Edit by: ZsTech ,

Title:

Can I Fix The Lock Button on 5c Without Replacing the Cable?

Text:

Hello

I am posting to ask if its possible to fix an iphone 5c lock button that still clicks, but is unresponsive to the phone... yet sometimes the phone asks to be powered off.

Does this mean

A) I need to replace the ribbon flex cable internally?

B) I can wedge a conductive/non-conductive piece somewhere to fix it?

C) Just the button needs to be replaced?

D) Maybe something needs cleaning?

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Device:

iPhone 5c

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

+315247

Original post by: ZsTech ,

Title:

Can I Fix The Lock Button on 5c Without Replacing the Cable?

Text:

Hello

I am posting to ask if its possible to fix an iphone 5c lock button that still clicks, but is unresponsive to the phone... yet sometimes the phone asks to be powered off.

Does this mean

A) I need to replace the ribbon flex cable internally?

B) I can wedge a conductive/non-conductive piece somewhere to fix it?

C) Just the button needs to be replaced?

D) Maybe something needs cleaning?

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Device:

iPhone 5c

Status:

open