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Stuck ok you know where the ear phone goes the ear phone part broke and the pieace is stuck in there how can i get it out

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If you know how to dissamble then do it.if not send to service center

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I cant hear people and they cant hear me and my ear pieace volume keeps showing up instead of my master volume lg vx5500


Hello,

this is because the mouthpiece of your phone is defective. its either the mouthpiece is fault and needs replacement or there is dust on the mic hole, blocking it from function.

Use a phone screw driver to open up the phone, clean the mouthpiece hole, use a tiny pin to through dirt or dust that may be blocking the mouthpiece hole. couple the phone back ans try again.

If the problem still persists, then it means you will have to change the mouthpiece entirely. Go to any phone part accessories shop/store within your vicinity, buy a new mouth piece for your phone model, do the replacement and your phone should be perfect again.

Also, before you change the mouthpiece, you still have an option of using a hands-free (earphone) to receive and make calls till you replace the phone's mouthpiece. The hands-free hands-free (earphone) has it own mic/mouthpiece so its definitely going to work.

I hope the above solves your problem. Let me know is you still need further assistance or clarification and I will be glad to respond or reply back to you.

Good luck.

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Bold 9000 only rings through the ear piece when it is connect. Does ring when disconnected to ear piece. When ear piece is not in my ear, I can not hear the phone ring.


Hi, what makes it when disconnected to ear piece. When ear piece is not in my ear, you can not hear the phone ring is because the ringer of the phone that makes you know when there is an incoming call on your cell phone or a message alert tone on your cell phone is damaged and does not work and makes sound to notify you .

The ringer is a tiny speaker inside the cell phone that allows you to hear incoming call from your cell phone You will need to replace the ringer inside the cell phone ....

When you replace with another ringer (speaker inside the cell phone),phone will be Ok again.

Would advice that you contact an expert in phone repairs for asistance,that will do you good to prevent more damaged on the phone...

Take care.....

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Open Your phone and try to clean it with using alcohol 95%

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Change your earpiece.Need to know in phone have 3 kind of mic:1,microphone to make somebody hear our voice. 2.Ear piece to make we can hear for sombody voice. 3..Buzer to make phone ringing or louder sound when somebody speak (speaker). in that case your earpiece is not work,so change your ear pice. I hope it help.

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The left/right problem could be a bad connection on the red/white XBOX cables. Check to see that they're plugged in properly and not loose. You can also try plugging an MP3 player into the red/white jacks to see if the problem is with the headset or the XBOX. If it works ok with your MP3 player, then the headset is working fine.

You can get a new headset controller cable on our web site. Click on Replacement Parts in the left menu for the headset model you own (X1, X3, or X4).

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Can't turn volume down with the button


You have following options:

1) remove the panel and put a small sponge at Ear speaker between the Panel.

2)If you find out the cotact points on the mother board just turn ON cellphone barely with out panel.. and short circuit the down volue button contact ponts for 1 or two times sound goes down.

3)Use headphone and decrease the volue..

Try any of the above but take care while doing with gadget.

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SEE DEAR JUST CHANGE THE EAR SPEAKER OF THE MOBILE OR CLEAN THE EARING PART OF THE MOBILE OR GO TO SERVICE CENTER AND CHANGE THE EAR SPEAKER FROM RUISHAB

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