You will need
- - tweezers;
- - thin, not an isolated transaction;
- thin screwdriver;
- - soldering iron with a fine tip;
- - soldering flux;
- - lamp with a magnifying glass.
Tweezers or any sharp object remove the non-working button of the phone body. Light flashlight or lamp, a hole in the hull. You will see a rectangular area of the Board, the appropriate size button and 2 contacts on each side of him. A fine wire, needle or pin lock any pair of the side contacts. Be careful not to advance the needle or pin into the hole, otherwise you'll damage the contacts below. Subsequently, do not turn off the phone and do not allow complete discharge of the battery.
If you cannot remove the button, remove the phone case. To do this, using a special thin screwdriver remove all the bolts, then carefully lift the back cover. Remove the jammed button.
Take a soldering iron with a fine tip. Plug it into an outlet. Dip the heated tip in soldering flux. For better visibility light fee special lamp equipped with a magnifying glass. Take the button with tweezers. Solder it to the contacts on the Board. Do not overheat when soldering the button and pay, otherwise they may melt. Do not leave the jumper between the contacts.
If you don't have a soldering iron and flux, then just short the button contacts off with a thin metal object as described in the first step. When closing with one hand, hold the battery so that he fell and the phone went off again.
Replace rear panel and tighten all the bolts.
If the button is lost, then solder to any pair of the side contacts on the Board posting thin. Their length should be 10-15 mm. Print of the wiring outside the case. Slide the rear panel and install the bolts. To turn on the phone just short the soldered wiring.
If the individual attempts to switch on the phone were unsuccessful, contact the service center or repair shop.
Do not disassemble the phone under warranty, otherwise it will be applicable for it.