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Static on pair of 5.8 ghz cordless phones new phone & land lines work fine can wrong batteries cause this?

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The most common cause of this problem (and really the only one if it affects all handsets) is the base station transceiver is defective, a solid state device in the base station transceiver is failing (an IC I would think), when they fail they cause electrical noise which most people would interpret as "static" No the wrong batteries would not cause this, the phone would not function with the wrong battery in most cases.

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