Nope, this is the only reference to the issue I have even found. We have another of the same phones here at work and we were trying to figure out if you can swap out the headest, but that doesn't seem to work either. On top of that, if you want to get the headset repaired, the manual says you have to ship the WHOLE UNIT. What a pain.
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You didn't mute anything in your mobile phone but you are still facing this problem that people can not hear you on a phone call. Actually, your cell phone's microphone or mic is not working properly or it might be damaged.so, make sure by visiting a nearby phone shop that microphone of your cellphone is safe or not.
It is possible that the mic hole is blocked and the voice do not detect properly to be processed.
clean and check if not the mic might be faulty , use a new one and test as this is inexpensive. if not the preamplifier of the mic or the amplification stages of the mic is faulty.
A good signal test can prove corrrect.
Could be loose connection where the two wires connect to the circuit board. The mic looks like a small silver canister with two wires leading from it. Resolder if you are handy with electronics. Oherwise replace with a like mic from Radio Shack. Take the old one with you.
It worked well for me too! Thanks Fixya.com!! I was told I had to buy a new phone because the microphone went back. Took the receiver apart (4 screws in back of handset and 2 that held the board in place), cleaned mic with alcohol and a q-tip, and removed the rubber piece that kept the mic clean (inside of the housing), and presto, it worked just fine. The ribbon cable came loose upon opening up inside of phone, but I stuck it back inside the top of base and I was ready to go.