My cord on my fake pay phone is all streched out. I can't seem to unscrew the mouthpiece to get at the one end in the hand set. Do I have to find a whole new hand set or is there a way to replace the cord?
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The reason, no one can hear you on the other end is simply because there is a problem with the mouth piece of your phone.
It must have fallen or hit a hard object so the mouth piece is faulty.
You can use an external earpiece for the time being before you get the mouth piece replaced.
Replacing the mouth piece, you need to get a compatible replacement mouthpiece then unscrew the phone, try to get to the mouth piece and disconnect it from the phone and replace it with the new one you get for it.
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
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.
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.
Is this a replica or a real payphone? Will the transmitter cap unscrew?
A couple of things to try, is take out the transmitter, hold it in the palm of your hand (with the holes in your palm) and slap the assembly on a hard surface. That unpacks the carbon granules.
If that doesn't work, it also may be that a relay is operating because it is want is called a Postpay payphone. Try reversing the Tip and Ring (green and red) line connections and test it again.
Finally, a genuine "g" handset transmitter capsule is about $3, making it cost more to ship than buy. Your picture shows a non "armored" handset cord. If that's really the truth, is the handset black and non-modular? And how does it fit into the payphone housling?
Since there is no volume adjustment for outgoing volume with the Navigator key, that's possible.
Go find another handset from another system phone and test it, or just move to another phone and see if they can hear you better.
You could have a bad handset, bad cord (unlikely), bad phone, or bad circuit for that line or call.
Almost al of these items are repairable or replacable.