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Can't hear In order to hear the conversation from my incoming callers, even after making adjustments with the volume switch on the side of the phone, the sound is greatly diminished to the point that one cannot hear the caller unless, the call is switched to the intercom setting.

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Re: can't hear

Hello, it seems to me that your earpiece is broken. I would insist that you go to a service center and have the earpiece installed. If that is not an option, you can get the part and do it your self. I can walk you through it step by step. Earpiece should be around ten dollars. Its not to hard to fix, but you can do it yourself. For more info go to my profile, ill be more than happy to help you out.

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Re: can't hear

Ok so you turned the volume right up and it didnt make a difference ?

well i'd suggest you take in into a cellular dealer, and have them look ate the speaker or the amplifer on the main board.. I could just be your speaker is shorting and needs to be replaced. If it works good on loud speaker, its deffenately the speaker or the amp..

Posted on Jan 24, 2008

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