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    I was wondering if you guys had any ideas on this problem. I have 3 cordless phones at home. 1 phone is 900 mhz phone. The other 2 phones are 2.4 ghz, and both share 1 base station. just recently, all three phones have developed pretty bad static problems. You can still use them, but it is pretty difficult to hear at times. Hitting the channel switch button dosen't seem to do much of anything.

    I don't think it is a line problem, as I have plugged in a plain old handset into the 900 mhz jack, and it seems to be alright. Do you guys have any ideas what may be causing this? I have a wireless network, but the second machine is hardly ever on, and the network has been around for a long time before the problem started.

    Thanks,
    Jeremy

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    ive heard that microwaves can screw with phones. maybe theres a new anntenna for something in the area.
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    • #3
      do you live in a house, townhouse, apartment, condo? etc

      perhaps, if you are in a multi home area, like an apartment or townhouse, there may be interference from your neighbor... somehow.

      live in a regular house... im lost

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