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Phone receiver volume

Incoming calls sound fuzzy through receiver, but voicemail replays sound fine. I rest to factory defaults, no change. The receiver volume is set at highest setting(8). The phone did not get wet. I also removed the battery and replaced it, because that's all Qwest Repair could suggest.
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The phone spearker /microphone might be damaged. Maybe if you put the volume down a little on the receiver will make the fuzz go away.
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