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Is your volume rocker loose?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by TheTrueSpin, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. TheTrueSpin

    TheTrueSpin Well-Known Member
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    I think it might be normal, but my volume rocker is a little lose in its fitting. It's not going to fall out or anything and it looks normal, but it does wobble quite easily... anyone else have the same?
     

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  2. wuthton

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    Yes, always has been.
     
  3. TheTrueSpin

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    I assumed this was the case. Because I always have my phone in a case I have never noticed before...
     
  4. DMXXX

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    My power button is bit wobbly too. Anyone else have that?
     
  5. CarsnGadgets

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    nope, nice and firm.
     
  6. ukzen

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    Not overly loose but it could be tighter,in both cases.
     
  7. hussar10a

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    My volume rocker is loose too. Doesn't sit quite flush and rattles when I tap it with a fingernail. Power button perfect though.
     
  8. mjpartyboy

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    My Desire is about three months old and the volume rocker is nice and solid.
     
  9. TheTrueSpin

    TheTrueSpin Well-Known Member
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    My power button is fine, but volume rocker could be tighter. Like i said, not broken but wobbles in its fitting if I play with it. Other than that phone is solid. I use a silicone case so buttons always protected.
     
  10. SUroot

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    Both solid
     
  11. Jhaeh

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    Neither are loose on my 24 hour old black Desire.
     
  12. tef89

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    The power / volume buttons can differ quite drastically from one new Desire to another - it seems to be normal.
     
  13. benchmark

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    Both the volume and power buttons are not loose in mine, there may be some batch differences .
     
  14. TheTrueSpin

    TheTrueSpin Well-Known Member
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    Part of the problem with asking is that people have different perceptions of what loose means.

    I had a look at some desires in shops as I was passing, and all had a slightly loose volume rocker.
     
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