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Apple iPhone 3G Home Button not responsive

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Nicky Thomas

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Hey guys! Upgraded to the iPhone 4 2 weeks ago so I gave my 3G to my girlfriend. But when I had it the Home button was not responsive once in a while. I asked o2 if they could send it off for repairs but they said there is a fee of 17 to send it off and that is just to get it diagnosed! I thought what the cheek I am signing a new 24 month contract with them and that phone was still under contract with them still.

So basically, I told them where to stick it but now my girlfriend is having serious issues with the button now where it becomes unresponsive more frequently and for longer, it works after a few minutes of constantly pressing it.

I was wondering if it could simply be a loose connection which needs to be plugged back in? The phone has been dropped a few times but this problem only started about two months back?

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