Blown Speaker - Possibility to Replace?

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  1. Gerane

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    My ear Speaker has stopped working. It also hurts all volume because it appears the Droid X uses ear speaker and external for texts and notifications etc, so even these are at half volume.

    The only way I can talk on the phone atm is through speakerphone. All my notifications are at half volume.

    I am pretty tech savvy and am naturally good at repairs and troubleshooting. I was seeing if anyone knew of a place that sells the earpiece speakers. I have yet to see any for sell. Only have run across cases and screens etc. I am pretty confident that if I found a speaker I could replace it.

    Has anyone done this or have any suggestions?
     
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    Well, now im not sure whats going on. When I try to play a game, which uses my back speaker, I get no sound
     
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    If I go into sounds settings and text out the sound this is what i get.

    Ringtone - plays from back speaker, but way lower volume than it should be, maybe 50% or less

    Media - nothing

    Alarm - Back speaker, and 50% or less volume.

    Notification - Back Speaker, at about 50% or less volume.


    Front Speaker gave no output from any of these. But what I dont understand, is normally media comes from my rear speaker.
     
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    My phone just did this. The phone thinks there is a headset plugged in when there really isn't. Try plugging a headset in and taking it out and see if that works. If not take the battery out for a few minutes and put it back in. If that doesn't work you will have to take it in to verizon

    Sent from my DROIDX using DroidForums
     
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    The Droid X hasn't been out for a year so it is still under warranty. Just make sure you flash back to factory before getting a replacement.
     
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