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How does wake/sleep button work mechanically?

Текст:

I replaced my iPhone 6S battery.  When I got the phone back together it noticed that the sleep/wake button doesn't have it's normal mechanical action.  It works, but it works if I shake the phone or barely press the button.  It is like whatever normally causes the button to spring back out after pushing it in has stopped working.

What I am wondering is, is the button spring action part of the electronics or is it part of the physical button that you press?  Has some little spring-type mechanism just come unseated and I just need to fix that, or do I need to buy new button electronics?

I re-opened the phone but I cannot see anything obvious there, but I don't understand how the button works mechanically.

-Tom

Устройство:

iPhone 6s

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open

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Оригинальный сообщение: tombuy ,

Название:

How does wake/sleep button work mechanically?

Текст:

I replaced my iPhone 6S battery.  When I got the phone back together it noticed that the sleep/wake button doesn't have it's normal mechanical action.  It works, but it works if I shake the phone or barely press the button.  It is like whatever normally causes the button to spring back out after pushing it in has stopped working.

What I am wondering is, is the button spring action part of the electronics or is it part of the physical button that you press?  Has some little spring-type mechanism just come unseated and I just need to fix that, or do I need to buy new button electronics?

I re-opened the phone but I cannot see anything obvious there, but I don't understand how the button works mechanically.

-Tom

Устройство:

iPhone 6s

Статус:

open