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You probably have a bad BLUE CRT. Due to the cost and the length of time it would take to repair, I would not invest the money into it. It would require a Qualified Service Person to come to your home and remove the BLUE CRT assembly and send it back to SONY to be rebuilt. Estimated cost would be around 800.00. I would check prices of a replacement set.
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The ringer and earpiece run on the same speaker. The ringer is designed to fade in just in case a call drops and before you realize it the person calls back. That way if you have your ringer on its highest volume you don't damage your ear drum.
Seems that your phone might be hooked to a tower that has low strenght.
You might want to turn your phone completely off and take the battery out
for about 2 mins.
Make sure the phone and your Sim card are clean and free of any dust.
Put everthing back together and turn your device back on.
Give it a try next, im sure you will not have this problem anymore if
you do this once in a while. I always keep refreshing my connection and
try to keep my phone clean too all the time, never had a problem. Good luck!