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Microphone has stopped working

The phone is about 2 weeks old. Out of the blue, the microphone has stopped working. I can use the phone to dial numbers *and* connect, I can hear the other party, but they can't hear me. BTW, this has absolutely nothing to do with the MUTE button. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.

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Check the channel switch on the transmitter unit. Change to the opposite channel and retest. Check that the batteries are still good in transmitter AND receiver unit good luck

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you could try some things such as,

- Restoring the factory settings of the phone.
- Get your phone to your salesman and ask for a software update.
It will not cost much and would definately fix your phone.

Looking forward to hearing from you regarding further assistance!
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