Question about Motorola Mobility MOTO W755 Cellular Phone
See above in problem area.
Take it to Verizon to have it looked at.
Posted on Jan 23, 2015
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
New users get to try the service completely Free afterwhich it costs $6 per call and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can't hear caller
I expierenced the same problem with my V265 phone. First, note that performing this repair as I did will most likely void any warranties on the phone, and also is an electrical shock hazard. This repair should only be performed if the person/s performing the repair understand these risks and have at least basic technical knowledge in circuits, electricity, and audio. I take NO RESPONSIBILITY for damage or injury in any way, shape, or form. Please to prevent errors or any more damage, read directions fully before starting this repair. - Remove the Battery and make sure no chargers, headsets, etc., are currently plugged into phone. - Remove the housing on the phone which is on the same side of the camera and the external display by gently and carefully prying, making sure not to break the latches or any of the external parts. - Using a Torx bit (I believe it was either a T15 or T20 I used but not sure) or a small flat head screwdriver, remove the 4 screws holding down the board. - Now examine the speaker located at the earpiece of the phone and the two contacts which are on the board you just removed. Look to see if they were properly alligned and if contact is being made between the speaker and the board. (a PINK pencil eraser works great as a cleaner for circuit board contact points) - If contact is being mad and no obvious obstruction is found to prevent contact with the two, the easiest way for me was to take a speaker from another phone, and using it in place of the old one. (If you are willing to use extra time, you could also try finding an actual replacement from a manufacturer.) - I used a speaker from a motorola phone which was actually a few years older than my V265. - After finding a replacement speaker, you'll need to use some trial and error to properly allign it with the contacts on the board and to make it stay in position during everyday use. - For my V265, I had to use a razor and shave away the plastic molding which held the old speaker in place. Then use a VERY small amount of super glue to hold the speaker in position. Then I used a little bit of hot glue to give it some flexible strength. All together, it took me about 1 hour to complete this task and start using my phone again normally. - If any additional assistance is needed, feel free to e-mail at email@example.com leaving your name and prefirably a phone number and best time to call, as a return contact. This will make it easier for me to help the best I can. Thank you and good luck.
Posted on Dec 21, 2006
Your outter speaker is damaged - you got to love ebay!
Contact your seller and request a replacement or refund because it will cost you upto $50 to fix it
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
Tips for a great answer:
Mar 28, 2013 | Samsung Rugby SGH-a837 Cell Phone
Mar 22, 2011 | Uniden DECT 2080-5 Quint Phone
Mar 18, 2011 | One Touch Jitterbug One-Touch Cellular...
Mar 04, 2011 | HTC Wildfire Cell Phone
Feb 07, 2011 | Nokia 1600 Cellular Phone
Nov 19, 2009 | Sony Ericsson Walkman® W995 Cell Phone
Oct 17, 2009 | Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone
Apr 09, 2009 | Samsung Eternity Cell Phone
90 people viewed this question
Usually answered in minutes!
Step 2: Please assign your manual to a product: