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Yes it is possible to change the main mic on a lg env touch phone. You will have to disassemble the phone to be able to do so. To do that, You will have to be very careful in order not to disorganize any component in the phone. You will also have to label the steps You took in disassembling the phone in order for You not to be confused in assembling the phone back. If You are not familiar with such activity, i will advice You seek assistance from a friend that is capable of doing such. To disassemble the phone, please follow the steps below:
Turn off the phone,
Remove the battery cover, the sim card and the SD memory card,
Then You remove the four screws You can see around that area,
Use a flat object like a credit card to pry open the phone from the sides, that will take off the back cover of the phone,
Remove the antenna of the phone and unscrew the three (3) screws that are around the top panel area of the phone,
Unhook every ribbon that are connected to the circuit board, they are connected like plug and socket, remove them,
Lift off the green circuit board of the phone,
Pry open the front cover of the phone using a credit card,
There is a small piece of double sided tape on the back of the screen
so, using a little force, slide your credit card all the way under the
screen in order to release it.
Lift off the screen and take out the plastic covering the main board of the phone,
Then You solder out the mic of the phone, and replace it with a new one,
Fix the board back on and reverse the process to reassemble the phone.
Sounds Like The Key Pad Backings Are Dirty This Happens With Time. You Can Fix It By Taking The Phone Apart And Accessing The Rubber Pad Behind The Numbers. Clean The Black Circles On The Rubber Pad With Rubbing Alcohol And A Q-tip Also Clean The Receiving End Of The Black Rubber Side Also Known As The Circuit Board. There Are Half Inch Or So Circles On The Circuit Board, Clean Them Off Using A Q-tip And Rubbing Alcohol As Well.
Please Note: Remove The Battery Before Attempting This And Find Any Screws That Are Holding The Device Together. After That Get A Small Flat Head Screwdriver And Work It Between The Gap Along The Entire Edge Of The Phone ( Starting With The Mouth Piece Is The Easiest) Please Take Extra Care Not To Break The Phone If You Still Cant Seem To Get It Apart Please Check Again For More Screws.
The Sharp Microwave/Convection oven I have says to touch the Custom Help button, the number "1", then touch the Start Button. To turn off the child lock, press the Stop button.
Or just unplug it, wait 1 minute, and plug in.
I have the same phone with the same problem and didn't want to part with it either. The cause of the problem are skin oils that seep down the rubber keys, and through slots at the base of the molded pad, thereby interfering with electrical contact. There is a vendor on ebay that sells a tape like pad with larger contacts that solves the problem perfectly. Go to ebay and use the following search term (I know this isn't the same model number, but its apparently compatible) :
The price is 5.95 including shipping. The repair pad will come with an instruction sheet, or you can go to the website on the instruction sheet and download about a 40Meg video file that shows you exactly how to make the repair. My phone operates with a nice light touch now that its fixed. Good luck.
It worked well for me too! Thanks Fixya.com!! I was told I had to buy a new phone because the microphone went back. Took the receiver apart (4 screws in back of handset and 2 that held the board in place), cleaned mic with alcohol and a q-tip, and removed the rubber piece that kept the mic clean (inside of the housing), and presto, it worked just fine. The ribbon cable came loose upon opening up inside of phone, but I stuck it back inside the top of base and I was ready to go.