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please change the batteries first, 2) if the problem persist, see if the antenna is broken. you need replace, since the antenna pick up the signals. 3) if does not resolve the problem, the phone is the problem, see the menu in your owner manual, and adjust the ring with volume respectively. Test again. If not work, the problem will be in the Syscon(Microcontroller) around circuit.go to the repair shop for fix it.
No detailed service information was ever available for GE/Thomson phones, so there is no diagram available. When under warranty, the phones were returned to GE and replaced. Out of warranty, the only parts available were complete boards. At our shop, we would occasionally track down and repair power problems by tracing out the board, but this was usually just an exercise in futility. These phones were never meant to be serviced.
chances are that the wire for the microphone has broken from the circuit board. you will have to open the phone(probably by removing battery cover and a couple of screws and re solder the broken wire.its not really a difficult job,but you may lose any stored numbers if the battery is removed for too long. good luck
To solve this problem, the phone must be taken apart. Don't worry it is not that hard. No knowledge of quantum mechanics is necessary.
1) Remove the back cover and remove the battery.
2) Remove the 4 screws. (There is a screw at each corner)
3) Pull the phone apart from the bottom (The top will remain attached for now)
4) Firmly press silver area (near the top) in order to separate from the back of the phone. Then, slide the silver front of the phone down (this will remove the inner, paper clip like, antenna)
5) Locate the 2 screws on the circuit board and remove them.
6) Carefully, turn the circuit board over. There will be a thin white layer of plastic on the other side.
7) With a dry napkin or cloth (something that won't shed), wipe the surface of the white plastic. This will remove the small amount of oily residue. (be careful not to lose the white surface, if it falls off, just put it back as it was)
8) Just under the white plastic surface will be a small silver circle with a black top. This is the speaker that allows you to be heard. With the cloth, touch the black speaker cover several times. This will remove the oily residue. (it is ok if the black cover comes off because you can clean under it)
9) Before putting the phone back together, re-attach the battery and lightly press the circuit board to the face of the phone. Test the speaker by pressing "TALK" and rubbing your finger back and forth over the speaker opening. Listen for a light whipping noise while doing this. IF YOU HEAR IT, hang up the phone, remove the battery and proceed to put the phone back together. IF YOU DON'T HEAR IT, repeat the cleaning process thoroughly. Good luck.
PS - is it just me or was the suggested "MUTE" solution insulting.