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Can't be heard

I can hear other people real good on my end but no one can hear me when i talk , just sounds like i am in a tunnel and keeps breaking up.

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The microphone on the board is bad. It can be replaced by re-soldering a new one. But that may not be worth it if you either
1. are eligible for an upgrade
2. have had it less than a year (manufacturers warranty)
3. have insurance.

You will need to do one of those or purchase a new or used phone.

Hope this helps,
Simon.

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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