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Motorola gm300 the set transmits ok, but recieves soft

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  • koekie Dec 08, 2007

    Small problems amazes small minds, I've tried 5 gm300 faces on this 1 set and the problem is with the set and not the volume adjustment!!!!

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You mean a low volume?
if so try to set it higher (can't be difficult)

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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  • Dick van Zalinge Dec 08, 2007

    i've red (if the volume control is a knob) that it may help to push it inwards before turning,
    this because sometimes the knob has been pushed in before

    it's a standard problem that sometimes happens during shipment

  • Dick van Zalinge Dec 08, 2007

    if that doesn't work, here's a tip for replacement of the cknob (if nesicary)

  • Dick van Zalinge Dec 08, 2007

    i think it's better to get it checked out by a pro (like the guy you bought it from)

    i'm sorry, and good luck with your search

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