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Earpiece volume on my motorola h700 is low.

Have tried the volume up and down buttons,no difference.People on other end can hear me fine,I have difficulty hearing them.

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While talking to your party try the volume on your phone, it should come up as bluetooth or earpiece volume if it does just turn it up and dont forget to hit the set button. good luck m.m. p.s. some times the volume isnt set at the factory. im fighting that problem now on two of my seven h-700s. this may be a solution it may not im letting you know my experiance as best as i can.m.m.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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