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Hi, I'd like to know if anybody has a solution on how to make this switch stay on a "tight fit" whenever I assemble an iPhone. Does anybody knows if
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    Default iPhone 3G/3Gs silent switch wiggle
    Hi,

    I'd like to know if anybody has a solution on how to make this switch stay on a "tight fit" whenever I assemble an iPhone. Does anybody knows if between the plastic switch piece and the switch itself goes anything? Don't know if I explained myself right but let me know if anyone has experienced this issue and the corresponding solution for this.

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    Okay i know what your sorta asking i think but not to clear that toggle switch or the mute switch should be pretty tight when you screw it in the actually switch part in
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    I had this issue before, it does have to be secured pretty tightly to keep it from being loose. I don't believe anything else has to go between anything. If I'm not mistaken the actual switch is connected to the plastic piece right? So whatever is behind it which is the little metallic vibrate motor thing (wish I knew what its called so I didn't sound so nooby) should be put up against it pretty snug.

    I guess just make sure when you put it all together that behind the switch/toggler everything is snuggly pushed up against it and leave no wiggle room for it.

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    Excellent!,

    Thank you for the comments all, I'll try to reassemble the device and let you know the final result.

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