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Moto razr3v bluetooth system doesn't work

I have moto razr3v, i can't use bluetooth now,when i press bluetooth link on phone ,it shows me "bluetooth module not attached", 2months ago same thing happend and my friend after 15 minutes fixed this problem. i don't know how to do it.tnx

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Probably pairing problem. You need to pair your bluetooth with the phone again. There are video instructions on the exact steps on under Electronics category (Bluetooth)

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