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Water was spilled on my GN8000. Ever since, the received call sounds VERY loud. Moving the volume slide doesn't do anything. Please help me to turn it down again.

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Plz serviceing ur mobile phone immediately otherwise ur phone circit will be dead for short circit. then hope everything become ok

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