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I've just bought a new Uni take and talk Nokia

My car has a Bury UNI system 8 fitted and I've I've just bought a new Uni take and talk cradle for my Nokia 6300 and problem is I can hear dial and ringing tones and the other person very clearly but it seems if my microphone doesn't work as they can not hear me. Also the phone button on my steering wheel doesn't seem to activate the phone in either answer or dial mode or interrupt radio.

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There are two cradles available for the 6300, one has two connectors should work when you put the phone in the cradle and switch on the key, the other has one connector and is bluetooth, this requires pairing, you will need to search for bluetooth devices and pair using code 1234. The use of steering wheel controls is not possible with bury car kit. hope this helps. dan

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