Question about Cell Phones
Since the fault is your mouthpiece, all you need to do now is to switch your phone off, first remove the battery cover, battery and the sim card.
Turn the phone over and remove the the front cover. get cotton wool to clean the mouthpiece check if the mouthpiece is still firm. Recouple back and test if people can now hear you but if they still cannot hear you, then you have to change the mouthpiece.
Meanwhile, i advice you get earpiece for the time being before you get your mouthpiece replaced.
Thanks and wish you best of luck.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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