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Posted on Aug 07, 2007

Low volume for incoming calls.

Hi,I have got this w810i as a gift,and using for 2 months,my problem is it has very low volume for incoming calls from landlines.But incoming calls for mobiles ,volume is ok,can this be fixed?As i dont have warranty details,how can I get this problem solved if with sony ericson?

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I had a similiar person who came to me with the same speaker problem try takin ur case of and where ur speaker is that u put up to ur ear clean it out with a soft cotton bud slightly damp otherwise go to ur nereast mprc ( mobile phone repeair company) they r very competitave it cost the person 25 pound and they did it while he waited if u want the numbers let us know

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