Question about Lands Phones
Just in case you missed the manual:
There are 2 conditions you need to be aware of
1 No DSL on the line
2. Set the intercom extension of the second phone
By default, both have been assigned ext 11. The intercom uses the same frequencies as a DSL line to transmit, so that could be the noise you are hearing.
Page 23 tells you how to set the intercom extension, and the DSL warning is almost at the bottom of every page from 18-22.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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