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Chatterbox GMSR-X1 transmitter function not working. I am able to hear, but not speak. I've purchased new wiring with microphone and earpieces. All worked ok for one ride. And again, the system went out. Additionally, I checked my headset with someone else's wiring and they also had the same issue. So after troubleshooting, it appears that the actual chatterbox itself is already faulty. Looking for repair manual just in case the chatterbox is out of warranty.

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Did you check the connector on the bottom of your phone ? If theres any greenish stuff (oxidation) on the connectors/pins, there's your problem. This occurs if the connector has been exposed to moisture. If this is the case you can try to clean off as much as you can and it might correct the problem. But if this doesn´t work, the problem might be inside your phone. If you're up for it, you can take it apart yourself and try to clean the inside of your connector. If youre not up for it, or the connector is clean, take the phone down to your local service-center and have them take a look at it.

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SOURCE: earpiece on phone has no sound coming out. can talk but can't hear

i have that problem too. using the speakerphone will help but calls arent clear..

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SOURCE: Sony Ericsson W880i Faulty Microphone

buy a new mic on ebay and fit it your self will take under 15 minutes and the instructions are on the internet

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SOURCE: LG K360 chatterbox - water damage

try to pull the battery and cover off and bury it in a bowl filled with white rice for 24hrs. worked for me twice.

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In order to enable the chat make sure that the Mute button in the Off position. If it is on the ON position the Mic will not work.
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