Question about Motorola Mobility i870 Cellular Phone
Sounds to me like you might have a loose connection or broken wire to the speaker on the earpiece. It MIGHT be fixable dependent on your skills with a soldering iron however I've found through experience that most often times these fixes don't last and you'd be better of replacing anyways.
If you feel comfortable with trying you could open the case up until you get to the component level and see if you can find the faulty wire. I would imagine that it would be either where it connects to the speaker or to the main board. I wouldn't hold out much hope of repairing it though.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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