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Unresponsive Power Button? Wich one now?

Hi

I've an iPhone 4 with and unresposive Power Button ?

Wich part should i replace ?

This :

http://thumbs3.ebaystatic.com/d/l225/m/m...

This :

http://images.bidorbuy.co.za/user_images...

Or just this :

http://s4f896adf14dc2.img.gostorego.com/...

Thnks

Regards

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I just edit the link , try now.

When the Button won't click can't it be a bracket problem ?

Wich part should i replace ?

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I fixed a 'depressed' button on an iphone 4 just a couple days ago. On the cable itself, where the power button is actually located there is a black circle. That wears out over time and is generally the problem. The cable fixed my issues. Not saying it isnt the bracket, but I woud go with a cable repair first.

option 3 looks viable but a potential pain in the neck to get that put on the old cable. The new cables are somewhere between $5-$15. Not too expensive

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You must first identify if you have a GSM or a CDMA iPhone 4. GSM=AT&T and CDMA=Verizon

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this top one is for AT&T and the bottom is for Verizon. The links you had. the first...just the power button bracket, already in the phone and doesn't need replaced. the second two links would not show the image. message me if you need any more help!

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I just edit the link , try now.

When the Button won't click can't it be a bracket problem ?

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