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A1200 I experience a bizarre problem with my a1200. I can't hear the other party and the other party can't hear me at random intervals. However this problem totally disappears when I switch to speakerphone. It's very annoying. Can anyone help? Thanks in advance.

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Your earpiece flex cable is coming loose or is broken. It will need to be repaired or it will eventually break all the way and you will only be able to use the speaker phone.

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