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The mouth piece of the lg c300 phone is bad. It is the mouth piece that will enable you to hear from her.
You need to replace the mouth piece of the phone. Open the phone the with a screw driver, the mouth piece is located at the place were normally put her mouth when she talks on phone. Remove it, take to the store and my the exact type of mouth piece to replace with the old one.
Couple the phone and use it. i am sure it will work.
Note, before replacing the mouth piece, clean the pannel where the mouth piece is place with methylated spirit and allow it to dry. couple the phone and try if it works if the problem continues, then try the first method given above.
I reinserted the wall charger a couple of times and it made the "car kit" go away. My guess is that two pins in the little connector inside the phone somehow got shorted together (dust or something). I saved the butter knife soloution for my last ditch attempt as I wasn't sure that shorting all the pins wouldn't increase the chances of damage to the phone. The post above definitely go the creative juices flowing since we had no idea how it got in "car kit" mode.
This is an old post but in case anybody searches and finds it...The infamous "car kit" mode on LG phones is a problem I had. Your service provider will claim the phone got wet (they will look at indicators in the battery compartment and on the battery itself that turn blue in the presence of moisture. Trouble is, they will eventually turn blue just from humidity even if the phone wasn't given a bath). Search the web; there are one or two forum threads with many suggested solutions (such as resetting error codes in the service menu, scrubbing out the battery connector with a toothbrush, plugging/unplugging the actual car kit connector, etc.). None of these suggestions gave a permanent fix (YMMV) for me and I eventually bought a new phone.
MY LG flip just did the same thing. I took it in and they said there was some corrosion in the battery charger area from water. They had to replace my entire phone. I have a 15 month old that plays with it.