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Ring tones are all silent

I cannot hear my ringing or any of my ringtones. I have checked all volumes and everything is is set on number 5. Please help!

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  • DALLASS Oct 09, 2008

    ALL OF MY RING TONES ARE ON MUTE FOR MY MOTOROLA C1681. CAN ANYBODY HELP?

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Try to turn the phone off and then back on.

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Ringtone.
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