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Re: static in my panasonic telephones
A possible cause for the static in your cordless phones could be dimmer switches around the area of your phone that causes static. Turn the switches completely off (not just turned down) and see if the static leaves. You can replace the dimmers with regular switches if that clears your static. If it does not, another trace for interference: you will have to take a portable radio and turn it to AM 550 mHz and tune it to the loudest crackling noise. Carry the radio around looking for the loudest static interference. Could be a loose connection in a receptacle or panel box. Any small malfunction can cause static on wireless devices.
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Not sure if this would help, but won't hurt to try..
Connect to the Web UI
Connect the Phone and a PC to the network
Check the IP address of the phone using a handset.
Enable the phone's Web UI using a handset
[Menu]->[IP Service]->[Network Setti
Enter the IP address in a PC's Web Browser.
example: Enter "http://192.168.1.68"
in the address bar of Internet
Enter Authentication ID and password
Now you can upload new Firmware
into the phone using Web browser.
Note: The phone's http server port will automatically close after idle time of 30
Move to Maintenance - Re
set to Defaults screen.
Click [ Reset to Factory Defaults ]
The Base unit will reboot automatically
these machines are all digital, so the static is most likely being picked up from the callers end or your end or your machine just is not working properly. in most cases it is a telephone line quality problem.
I have the same problem. You might try taking a corded phone to the service box outside where the telephone line connects to your house. On the underneath side there is a line jack used for test purposes. Plug your phone in there to see if static is heard. If you hear no static from this test jack, but do hear static from in the house corded phones, you probably have a wiring issue inside the house. If you hear static from the outside test jack, that's the phone companies problem to fix. Hope this helps.
First, you are getting your HS Internet via a Digital Subscriber Line (DSL).
You need a lowpass inline filter to between the telephone jack and the phone base. The phone line carries both the high freq. computer signal (the ADSL) and your low freq voice. W/o the filter all you hear is a roar.
I had the poor voice quality problem by having the Panasonic base too close to my computer and or screen. What solved that was running an extension cord from the online filter to the Panasonic base.