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Most of the times a button stops working its because it has been pressed too hard. You should hear a small click sound when you press it, if it doesnt click then the contact might be damaged. Inside the iphone there is a contact plate that looks like a small metallic half bubble on a plastic plate. This conducts the electric signal for the volume to go down whenever the bubble is pressed down on the plate, which in turn has a metallic contact that connects to the mainboard.
 
I would open up the phone and check if the problem is that small contact im telling you about. Im attaching some pics (that i took from iFixit guides btw).
 
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If this is of any help I'm also attaching the links to the parts and the guide that you would need to do the repair.
 
[product|IF118-011]
 
[guide|10792]
[image|263544|align=left]
 
[image|263545|align=left]

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Origineel bericht door: Angela Penaherrera ,

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Most of the times a button stops working its because it has been pressed too hard. You should hear a small click sound when you press it, if it doesnt click then the contact might be damaged. Inside the iphone there is a contact plate that looks like a small metallic half bubble on a plastic plate. This conducts the electric signal for the volume to go down whenever the bubble is pressed down on the plate, which in turn has a metallic contact that connects to the mainboard.

I would open up the phone and check if the problem is that small contact im telling you about. Im attaching some pics (that i took from iFixit guides btw).

[image|263544|align=left]

[image|263545|align=left]

If this is of any help I'm also attaching the links to the parts and the guide that you would need to do the repair.

[product|IF118-011]

[guide|10792]

Status:

open