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Default [SOLVED] Loose and Noisy buttons

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I used to have a Motorola RAZR i
I had to give it way and now I bought a Moto G 16gb
Just got it today. And I am liking it so far.

However I noticed that the Power Button and the Volume Rocket Buttons are loose and noisy when the shake the phone.
Is this just my device or is this normal on a Moto G?

If it just mine, do you think I should return it to Amazon, its not the biggest issue but when I buy something new it just feels like it show be perfect.

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Yes... you should return it...

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So this is not normal for a moto g?
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Duplicated thread/topic. It has already been widely discussed here : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2547293

Even though is quite surprising and actually seems like an issue it's more of a manufacture standards thing not an excuse/reason to return the device once you'll probably receive another one with the same "issue"
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Ok, So I did some searching around after posting
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It seems this is normal for the Moto G, there are reviews and my people posting on numerous forums that this is just the way the build quality is.

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