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Interference on recorded messages.

Most messages start out clear for the first few seconds, then pick up terrible interference, making them impossible to understand. We have exchanged the phone once for a new one, but are still experiencing the same problem. The old uniden phone we have works fine without any interference problems. Any ideas to fix this?
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