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    Default [Assembling] Back cover and Buttons > Can't seem to get them right in place

    im replacing my iphone back , ive done all the hard stuff, its just i cant seem to get the on/off switch and the silent switch on correctly. can anybody help me, giving me some tips?

    for the on off button it doesn't stick out enough so i always have to press a bit harder , and the silent switch is not as smooth-ish as it used to be.

    any help would be appreciated.

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    been there, done all this stuff and it is almost impossible to transfer the side rails and parts exactly. A nano millimeter out and everything is wrong. It is far easier to simply buy the replacement back with the small parts already glued in there. I dounbt anyone can give you an answer that solves your problem as it is all down to the positioning of the parts and the thickness of the glue you have put in there. The original has microscopic amounts of blue glue.
    Ready to use backs are all over the internet and ebay if you search worldwide or the forums.

 

 

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