Over time, my Home button had slowly become less and less responsive. With the help of ifixit, I purchased a new button, some tools and following the guide I had the old button out, and the new one in and it works perfectly!
The repair went quite slowly. This was my first attempt at 'electronic device repair' and I was very careful not to do any more damage, esp with the fragile parts. I was organised and using an A3 sheet of paper, drew a grid of 32 squares (there was about 32 steps in the process) This way, I made sure that all screws matched up to their corresponding step, and that none were lost. Putting the phone back toether was a lot more challenging than taking it apart. However, taking my time and following the instructions meant i had no dramas.
Take your time and be prepared. If you dont have a parts tray, draw up a grid on a large piece of paper and number the squares. Put all screws/parts from each step into the corresponding square so you dont mix anything up.
Thanks Ifixit!! Very happy