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I can hear people on my H710 bluetooth but they cant hear me. Have deleted and repaired a couple of times and it worked. Now it does not. I can still hear them however.

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This is a common problem with the H710 and H715 which are essentially the same product. The microphone is failing or has failed. I have tried to find a replacement microphone on line but have not. I was thinking of calling Radio Shack to see if they carry.

Posted on May 31, 2010

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