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Razor V3 will not ring with the battery cover on-take it off, call ring thru. I can squeeze the front and back covers together and it rings. Otherwise, the call are shown as missed calls. What can I do? D. Gibbs

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Just remove the covers and see for some loose connections to the ringer!! after repairing that call and check!!
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