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Can't hear can only hear caller if I am on speakerphone. I have tried to turn the volume up as some have indicated, that did not fix the problem

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  • saketjaip Nov 28, 2008

    A problem in my Moto Razor where I cannot hear the person I call or the person who calls me unless i put the speakerphone on 


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You need to take the phone and have the cable connected to the lcd replaced.

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