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I have a 3G which has a non functioning screen and a broken home button. How do I switch the phone off so I can replace the screen parts? I
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    I have a 3G which has a non functioning screen and a broken home button. How do I switch the phone off so I can replace the screen parts?

    I have tried holding power button for 7 secs button mute rocker switch still vibrates when moved.

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    wait till the batteries dead?
    Being an i can be a lot of pressure. you have to live right up to the small point.

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    +1 wait about a dayor so and they should be dead

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    Honestly i really doesnt matter if the phone is off or not.
    Its better for it to be off but it wont kill the phone if its not
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