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I can't get the speaker to work, it works sometimes but when you dial out you can get the speaker to work just fine ,but it want work if you push the speaker when someone is calling in and you lay phone down to talk the speaker don't light up. to let you know that it is on

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Please open your front panel and remove off the rear board. get access to the speakers/ earpiece and see if there is any dirt or lose connection. clean and check, if the fault persists, change the earpiece for the solution hoping that there is no harware issues in the motherboard. Hope this solves. Good day

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