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When talkin on the phone I ca hear a tapping static noise. Person on the other line can also hear it.

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I suspected that the problem was in the Phone line, rather thank with the eqipment.
I disconected and reconected all lines; and the problem was solved. Thank you.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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