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iPhone 4 Middle Frame Replacement


Hope you can help me here.

Today i've replace an iPhone 4 Middle frame to a new one middle frame.

This is not the first time i do that , but this time , when i was assembling the iPhone i noticed the Buzzer was making a lot o pressure under the front screen and the then the home button stoped to click ( but still working perfect ) , I removed the buzzer and the home comes working perfect again , so the buzzer fit pressure is limiting the Home Button movement . What can it be ?

Hope you can help me please



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The vibrate motor is at the top right-hand corner of the iPhone frame (when looking at the back of the iPhone). It is secured by 2 screws which hold the two springy connectors down on the pads of the volume button/headphone jack flex assembly. This has NO impact on your home button under any circumstance. The home button connects to the charging dock connector, which connects directly to the motherboard. Your issue does not make sense. Is there any other information you can provide to help us answer your question?

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As in buzzer you mean the vibrate motor??

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i think he meant the buzzer [loudspeaker], maybe u forgot to put the metal plate back under the home button

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