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My iphone dosen't make any sound when i slide to unlock it

When I side the button to unlock the phone is doesn't make the click sound.

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Go to: Settings>Sounds>Lock Sounds. Make sure it's set to on. Also make sure the ringer switch is set to ring (no orange dot).

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