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My uniden DECT 6.0 phone is picking up interference

I have this interference which goes away when I disconnect my wireless router.

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Hi Phoneless,
Normally TWO NOISE FILTERS comes with net packs (modems and netlines instalations from the companies by default). One of them, we swich to the phone line, separating Data and Audio tranfers. [the outside cable goes directly to the router and the filter is connected between the box in the wall and the phone cable(preferred one), or between the cable and the phone].
If you don't have it, ask to a Phone Company, that's is real chip and helps a lot to whom shares phone and internet in one line [ ...as me too...beside...as almost everybody :-) ]

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