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Can't hear outgoing calls.

For some reason I can no longer hear calls into my Blackberry 8703. When I dial I see that the call connects, but I can't hear anything. The volume is turned to max. I've tried taking the battery out and re-booting - no luck. Text messages go out fine. the people on the other end of my call can see my caller ID, but can't hear me speaking either.
Did I do something wrong?

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The phone had to be replaced.

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