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Problem with LG Chocolate - Any suggestions

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
My Chocolate (like the one shown here http://mobilementalism.com/imageSnag/799-44f4c2bd2e63e.jpg ) has stopped emitting any sounds whatsoever. No ring tones, keypad tones - nothing. Does not ring out when anyone calls (but WILL vibrate). Anyone phoning can hear me but I can't hear them.

Have done a "reset" on settings - any suggestions or is it dead?
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
A quick search on Google found someone with the same problem caused by the phone switching itself into bluetooth mode at random. Do you have a bluetooth headset you could test this with or find a function to turn off bluetooth?
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Painkiller;7866614
A quick search on Google found someone with the same problem caused by the phone switching itself into bluetooth mode at random. Do you have a bluetooth headset you could test this with or find a function to turn off bluetooth?


Bluetooth NOT enabled - I saw that too.

Have also seen the "switch it on and off / take the battery out" solutions.
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Can't think of anything else other than a broken speaker.

How long ago did you buy it & did you buy it new via Internet/TV/Mail order or in person?
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Painkiller;7868832
Can't think of anything else other than a broken speaker.

How long ago did you buy it & did you buy it new via Internet/TV/Mail order or in person?


13 months ago brand new from CPWarehouse
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13 months ago brand new from CPWarehouse


If you bought it online then you should be able to get it repaired, replaced or refunded under the distance selling regs / SOGA where the seller is responsible for electrical goods sold for up to 6 years.

Here's The One Show's SOGA page with templates;
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/theoneshow/consumer/2009/07/03/sale_of_goods_act_letter_downl.html

If you bought it in person then you might have to look at whether the phone had a manufacturer warranty or find out about repair costs.

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