Phone rings but when answered the caller can not be heard.
The phone rings but when answered I can't hear the caller & the caller can't hear me. The same happens when I dial out. I can't hear the phone I'm calling ringing & if answered I can't hear them talk.
In short there seems to be no audio when using the phone.
When I use the touchpad it still makes the tone noises & it rings & does alerts etc. so it doesn't seem to be the speaker, it is only the audio for phone calls.
I have tried all the settings, volume, conectivity & everything else I could think of.
Anyone got any suggestions?
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Re: Phone rings but when answered the caller can not be...
Your ear speaker is bad. You may need to replace it.. This one made by HTC. You can check on Ebay for replacement part. Other issue could be is the hardware part of the ear speaker may be broken or defected will cause loosing contact with the main circuit or you can say it is short. Only solution is open the phone and check for that area to see for any defective.
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you can try to use a headset and see if it will work
normally if the caller cannot hear the receiver theres some problem with the mouthpiece. if the headset and loudspeaker works then you have to go to the store and have it fixed.
hope this help
Solution: Contact local phone company to check the telephone wall jack for low ring voltage.
Facsimile equipment?(fax machines), like other telephone anwering devices, require ring voltage at a telephone jack to answer automatically.? The ring voltage is one of the services provided by the local phone company.
Low ring-in voltage can cause short bursts of ring tones at the phone jack.
Callers may hear one or two ring back tones and then ringing will stop and nothing else will be heard.
Inside the home, the called party will hear a brief ring and then nothing else will be heard. If the telephone handset is lifted, the caller may be on the other end.
To check if the fax will not answer due to low ring-in voltage, do the following:
Disconnect the fax at the telephone wall jack.
If an answering machine is available, connect it directly to the telephone jack. If an answering machine is not available, connect a telephone to the telephone jack.
Dial the fax line and see if the answering machine answers the call, listen for uncommon ring tones inside the home or check for similar symptoms as described above. If any of the above symptoms occur, please contact your local telephone company.
just need a new earpiece speaker or it simply needs to be adjusted into place. If there is no repair shop around you or you do not want to mess with it, then just buy a $20 bluetooth headset to bypass the whole earpiece.
Set your machine to MANUAL, this will allow you to answer every call yourself, then if it is a fax, the machine will take over. Sounds like you have it in fax/tel mode now, which allows for the fax machine to answer every call then if not a fax, double rings to you.