Question about LG Cell Phones
It appears that the pins inside the phone receptacle input have been forced apart as it seems that the pins that makes or breaks the signal path to your phone speaker is open.That is quite a common problem on any audio equipment that uses earphones a lot.I suggest you take the phone to a service center and let them repair it.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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1. Turn your phone on and locate the Settings menu. "Settings," scroll to "Call" select "OK" to enter the menu.
2. Scroll down to "Call Reject" and select this option.
3. Select "Call Reject List" on the next menu. Enter the ten-digit number of the person that you wish to block and confirm your selection. That number will now be blocked from you phone.
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