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iPad Pro 10.5" (2017) Button Repair
iPad Pro 10.5" (2017) Button Repair. Is this the right repair for you?
>iPad Pro button damaged or non responsive
>Metal housing dented in to the buttons
>Volume, lock and silent switch are all on the same part
>Home button is separate
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What causes the iPad Pro button Fault?
The most common problem that we see is accidental damage. The metal housing where the volume buttons are is a weak spot and if it takes a knock in that area it can bend inwards and damage the internal buttons. One of the buttons is constantly pushed in so you would see the icon on the LCD showing the volume control all the time.
Sometimes just wear and tear over time can cause the internal buttons to become unresponsive. This is more common on the home button.
Please note that if the home button has to be replaced, TouchID will never work again as it is tied to the original home button. The home button will work to take you back through menus.
How do we repair the iPad Pro buttons?
The first thing we do before any repair is test the iPad to confirm the fault. We then open the iPad Pro and proceed to swap the faulty button. If the housing is dented we shall try to straighten it out as much as possible. We then seal the iPad back up and test all functions before sending it down to our test bench where it is tested further prior to being released for dispatch.
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