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Mic volume almost nothing

I have a similar problem but even one step further. For some reason the mic on my BJ2 turned down to almost nothing. I could hear other callers fine but they could hardly hear me-- like I was in the bottom of a tin can. I got a bluetooth earbud and that helped side-step the problem for about a week-- but just today I was in the middle of a phone call and my phone did the exact same thing. The person on the other line couldn't hear me very well. Now, bluetooth or not, my phone doesn't pickup my voice.

Anyone have similar issues? Any solutions?

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I have Corby pop GT-C3510. No one hears me.

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