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No incoming voice heard during telephone conversation!

The unit works. It sends and receives faxes. It's answer machine works and readily receives incoming voices.
Unfortunately, the hand set does not send out my voice. It too receives incoming voice.
My voice is not carried to whoever I call.
At first I thought it was the microphone on the handset. I then swapped with the handset from my Son's system. It had the same results.

Please help Terry Doyle.

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Check for the volume level on the handset, if you swapped handsets; are they sincronize to work with the same base?
I would suggest to open the handset and check for a loose wire or connector near or around the microphone. If everything is connected properly the microphone on the handset is defective.
Hope this helps you.

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I am checking possible solutions for you, meanwhile can you please test in speakerphone mode. So we can conclude whether its Function or Hardware related issue.
Thank you in advance

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