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26 Bit Driver kit (phillips #000) not small enough

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iPhone 4

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iPhone 4 Power & Lock Button Replacement

15 - 30 minutos


Mi Problema

iPhone 4 power button was stuck/would not move. Would not work.

Mi Solucion

The guide was excellent but the #000 Phillips in the kit wasn't small enough for most of the little screws. I had replaced an iPhone 3 screen (kit from some other company) and used the Phillips that came with that kit.

It turned out that the problem wasn't the button, but the electronics so I just cut some tiny circles out of tape to make the button push farther. I used regular clear tape because it would compress the least.

Mi Consejo

Before buying any parts take the phone apart to see what the actual problem is. I'm fine with eating the $5 for the button, and I will eventually use the driver kit for something else, but I guessed I would need the electronic power button but didn't want to spend the money if that wasn't the problem.

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Mako Driver Kit - 64 Precision Bits


Imagen iPhone 4 and 4S Power and Lock Button
iPhone 4 and 4S Power and Lock Button


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