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Can't hear other person when i put my razor on speakerphone

This just started a couple days ago. When I put the my razor on speakerphone, i can't hear it dialing or the other person pick up. If i put it on speakerphone during a call, i can't hear the other person at all. They can hear me, but i can't hear them.

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  • hognutt2 Oct 27, 2008

    that was the first thing i did, of course, and it has never worked

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