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Bluetooth conection I can hear but cannot be heard on the bluetooth wireless device. Previously worked perfectly for months.

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I agree there may be something blocking the mic. If you tap on the mic and hear nothing on the receiver side, the mic is dead or the transmit isn't working. The receiver could have been put on mute inadvertantly. Good luck.

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This may not be the solution for your problem, but I'm sure you'll like the way I'm thinking... ;- )

I also have an H700, and the clearance from my cheek to the microphone aperture is small--maybe two millimeters. I've had a couple of occasions during the summer when I was working outdoors in the heat, and my sweat bridged between the mike boom and my cheek--my callers told me I was unintelligible. With the sweat wiped away and the mike aperture cleared, all was well again.

If you're sweating during use, that may be your problem. If it's a continuous problem, maybe you have something mashed into the mike aperture...?

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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Try removing the device from you phone, and re-connecting it.

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