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Cannot hear phone conversation unless speakerphone is on

A couple of weeks ago I started having this problem . . . when I use the phone, I cannot hear unless I turn the speakerphone on. Has anyone else had this problem? It seemed to go in and out for a couple of days, then quit working altogether.

Yes, the volume is up and it is not on mute.

Any ideas?

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Don't take it as something very serious but better Without any further delay, please show to the Doctor, At least two differnt opinions.

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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