Fourth generation iPhone. Repair is straightforward, but the front glass and LCD must be replaced as a unit. GSM / 8, 16, or 32 GB capacity / Model A1332 / Black and White.

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Hold/Power button Won't Click

I repair iPhones as a side job kinda thing, and I recently have opened up and attempted to fix a hold button, however, the hold button will not click like it normal should would I assembly all together. It is just too lose/tight depending on how I move it, but I can't get it to trigger the button underneath.... Totally cofused here as to if the button is suppose to be placed in a certain way. Anything helps, and if anyone could direct me to a video or tutorial that would be great, thanks!

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have a look at the Power & Lock button Guide as well as the Power Cable and Sensor Guide


iPhone 4 Power & Lock Button Image


iPhone 4 Power & Lock Button Replacement

Difficulty: Difficult15 - 30 minutes

iPhone 4 Power & Sensor Cable Image


iPhone 4 Power & Sensor Cable Replacement

Difficulty: Difficult1 - 2 hours

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