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Moto L7 does not Vibrate and Ring

My L7 does not ring or vibrate when a call is coming in. If I am looking at the phone's display, I will see a call is coming in. However, even though I have the phone set to the "Vibrate and Ring" option, it does neither when I am receiving a call. The phone still plays the ring tone when I am in the settings, however it does nothing when I am receiving calls. I have since changed the ring setting to "Vibrate" and it now vibrates when I receive a call or text. This problem recently started happening, and the phone was working fine before.

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