Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
I dont think that the buzzer speaker is broke i believes its just off of alignment with the molding track inside the phone if your careful and you want to pursue opening it up i caution this cause this is very delicate inside static elect. can short your phone when opened
buzzer speakers are durable and hard its just ear wax and sweat in the ear piece can break down the glue they used to mount the buzzer speaker over time this and a dropped phone will displace the speaker
if you open look at mother boards sides together there should be 2 small solder points where speaker goes place speaker in a proximate to these points eye ballin it dont completly close phone yet once sound has come back to levels you want then use a little super glue to spot glue the speaker into place
but over all i wouldnt recommend opening it let the service provider tech handle that one
Posted on May 09, 2008
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