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Versión actual por: Sam Goldheart (detalles del voto) ,

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If the screen was ever replaced on the device, I would check the flex cable on the home button for damage.  Some repair techs are not re-sticking the home button gasket to the screen, which keeps the home button securely in place.  When the home button gasket is not attached to the screen, the home button can begin to spin slightly left or right every time you press the button.  This will eventually cause micro tears in the flex cable and eventually lead to a completely torn cable which will not work at all.

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Editado por: iRobot ,

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If the screen was ever replaced on the device, I would check the flex cable on the home button for damage.  Some repair techs are not re-sticking the home button gasket to the screen, which keeps the home button securely in place.  When the home button gasket is not attached to the screen, the home button can begin to spin slightly left or right every time you press the button.  This will eventually cause micro tears in the flex cable and eventually lead to a completely torn cable which will not work at all.

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Aporte original por: uBreakIt iRepairIt ,

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If the screen was ever replaced on the device, I would check the flex cable on the home button for damage.  Some repair techs are not re-sticking the home button gasket to the screen, which keeps the home button securely in place.  When the home button gasket is not attached to the screen, the home button can begin to spin slightly left or right every time you press the button.  This will eventually cause micro tears in the flex cable and eventually lead to a completely torn cable which will not work at all.

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