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Original post by: gonnahitcharide ,

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Like many here, I had the same problem with my iPhone 6s.  I used a q-tip dipped in some isopropyl alcohol and then slightly squeezed out the excess.  I wiped down the ear speaker and just let it dry naturally.  I forgot all about it until the next day when I received a phone call, and whaddayaknow, it worked !!!

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