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RCA H5400 Cordless phone

Lots and lots of static..Have changed plugs and changed plugs on base and changed channels etc. No difference

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Lots of static when I turn it on. Changing the channels does not work. Having no onother appliance plugged into the outlet doesn't work. Moving it away from other appliances doesn't work. What should I do?

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