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Motorola L6 - I could hear but the caller/receiver could not hear me.

Hi, I bought a Motorola L6 few weeks ago. I am having a problem with about 50% of the calls (both incoming and outgoing): I could hear but the caller/receiver could not hear me. Is that a common problem? What is the way of fixing it? Eliav.

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Is the phone under warranty? If it is send it to Motorola.

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