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Not able to talk

I got pushed in a pool with my phone in my pocket. I took it apart & dried it well. Put it back together and I am able to call but can't hear the other persons phone ringing, busy, voicemail or if anyone answers, there is no sound. The same if someone calls me, it rings, I try to answer & nothing. I can send & receive text messages. I am able to hear it ring. When I tried to open the phone, I broke the plastic piece for the headset at the top. It is still in there with the top part missing. Would this have anything to do with the problem. Please help! I changed the housing on my Motorola Slvr and now I can not hear people when they call me. I can hear the ring, I can text and recieve text but I can not hear the other person when I call them.

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Have the phone check fully the microphone needs to be replaced and the earpiece as well........the housing by the earpiece might be block so take a small flatbit screwdriver and have try to to clear it.

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