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The hand set unit has a lot of static.

At times it's hard to hear the other party!

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  • mamilnor Jan 30, 2009

    The handset has a clicking sound when your talking and static.

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Try DeRegistering and ReRegistering the handset:
From the base system:

  • Press Menu
  • Scroll to System Settings - press select
  • Enter System PIN - press select (default pin is 0000)
  • Scroll to Mobile Deregustration - press ok
  • Scroll to the corresponding intercom # - press select
Then turn on Handset:
  • Please Register will be displayed - press ok or Register
  • Enter System PIN - press ok
At Base:
  • Press Menu
  • Scroll to System Settings - press select
  • Enter System PIN - press select
Back to the Handset:
  • When Select Intercom Number is displayed, select the number - press ok
Hope this helps!

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