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I have a constant buzzing in the headset. I've tried adjusting the volume, adjusting the wheel on the back, unplugging, changed the battery, moved the base as far away from the phone as the cord will allow and no change.

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  • aritche Feb 01, 2009

    It's a real pain. In fact, I have 2 such GN Netcom 9120 wireless headsets that I bought about 2 years apart, one for the office and one for the home.



    A home, i get buzzing, in fact now that i work from home most of the time, both units are there, and one is more buzzy than the other. Even at a 10 yards or 10 feet or 3 feet from the base station.



    I am on a trip now, and took one of them with me, and I am still plagued with the buzzing periodically. What should I try? Could the speakerphone be causing the interference, my laptop, other environmental, or is it some defect in the base unit or head set?



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I had this problem a few months ago, make sure the small wheel on the side is set on A. (if you look closly at the wheel there are very small and hard to see letters on there.) this should get rid of the buzzing.

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