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Hi - mine did the same and several calls to their helpline later, I think I've figured it out! Go to Settings, Profiles, and you get a list of what rings you want. Whichever one you want, select it then press Options, and then Personalise. Scroll down and number 7 says Hourly Signals. Select 'Off'. That seems to have sorted mine - hope this helps!
Your phone's Flex cable or speaker is bad. I would bet on the flex cable being the culprit. LG VX 8500/Chocolate has a BAD rep for it's flex cable being inferior. Very common problem for the VX 8500....they fixed that really fast with its replacement, the VX 8550.
Plug in you r phone with your USB to your PC and then Go to MY Computer and see the drive letter where your LG phone connect (removable disk), click there and see the sub folders inside and you will see a folder named MUSIC, here where you can save the mp3 (music) you wanted for your phone.