Question about Cell Phones
There is no problem with the transmitter the microphone is gone .. microphone is the one which transmits voice signal what you talk to the transmitter ..
so by replacing the microphone your problem will be solved ..
if you are good at opening handset then you can do it by yourself it is not so much complex it is very easy to do it ..
after opening your handset just search for the mic( near where you keep mouth and speak in the phone) in some cells the mic will be on the opposite side of the motherboard of the cell so for that you must remove the motherboard too and replace that one ..
if you are afraid of opening then you can just visit the service technician or you can make use of warranty as it is a simple problem it doesnt costs much for you ...
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Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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