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    Default "loose" power button

    My S5's power button seems "loose". It doesn't wiggle around, but if I slide my finger on it up or down , it taps on the top or bottom edge. Is this normal? The power button still works perfectly and is still clicky.
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    Default Re: "loose" power button

    It should move in any direction kind of like the volume key would.

    We all get so picky when we get new phones, myself included. Lol

    Samsung Galaxy S5 (Verizon)
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    Default Re: "loose" power button

    This is annoying. I have been using Iphone for last two years and bet the hardware is much better with Apple.

    Power button of SamsungS5 is loose and it wiggles. Not sure, after applying the cover if it will work easily
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    Default Re: "loose" power button

    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Salse View Post
    My S5's power button seems "loose". It doesn't wiggle around, but if I slide my finger on it up or down , it taps on the top or bottom edge. Is this normal? The power button still works perfectly and is still clicky.
    ya its normal....

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