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My motorola v3 razr cell has no sound thru earpiece cannot hear unless you turn on loud speaker help please

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That means your earpiece speaker is out. It could either be damaged or just dirty. The easiest way is to file an insurance claim. But if you are good with electronics you can take it apart and replace the speaker. However on some of the V3 models the earpiece speaker is a part of the LCD and cannot be individually replaced.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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