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    Default Help! Dropped my iPhone and damaged ring/silent switch

    I inadvertantly dropped my iPhone and the corner of the case is now dinged. As a result, the switch doesn't seem to function and the phone is constantly stuck on silent mode. Can anyone recommend a company or service that could fix this kind of thing???

    Thanks in advance!
    David



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    Try
    http://www.ifixit.com/Products/iPhone/105

    Been There my self lol, but be carefully because taking the back off this iphone is a nightmare job

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    IT amazes me how so many don't protect their $430 investment with a simple $35 case.

    Counting down for iPhone 2012 =)

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    Thats So True and unfortunately I found out the hard way lol

    Just a note... the switch/headphone jack kit most likely isn't the part u need from ifixit.com the back cover is the part with the plastic bits you see on the outside of the phone case.

    I ordered the switch and realized when it had turned up I didn't need it lol

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    I've accidentally dropped a iTouch twice from 2 feet on hardwood floor.

    Felt perfectly flat on the back metal cover, still works great.

    Will consider now to buy a case.


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    lol thats so lucky

    You must the kind of person who drops toast butter side up aswell

 

 

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