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Topic # 66458 19-Aug-2010 15:05
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Hi guys

I noticed one of speakers does not work on my iphone 4 just now.

I've droped the phone once, but I'm not sure the speaker got broken because of drop or not..
I'm not even sure if the speaker was working from the beginning..

Whether it's my fault or not, can I replace my phone under warranty? (purchased the phone on 30/July from voda nz with plan).

Has anyone got your phone replaced under warranty? Does it take long? any help would be appriciated.


Thanks

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  Reply # 369850 19-Aug-2010 15:20
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oh... I just found out that the bottom left one is not a speaker, actually a microphone..
I can't delete my post.. sorry those who read this

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  Reply # 369865 19-Aug-2010 15:55
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Common mistake for new iPhone users...I thought my 3GS was broken when I first got it. I very nearly took it back but managed to find on the web that they only have one speaker.




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  Reply # 369887 19-Aug-2010 16:39
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I bought a 2nd hand iphone 2G and went for 2 years thinking this exact thing. Then got the new iphone, noticed the same 'problem' and finally googled it. Doh!

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