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Feedback through base unit

I have these 3 phones through the house,when my kids are on the other phones then the base unit starts making noices like it picking up there conversation. Its really annoying if you can possibly help me.Thanks in advance

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  • Jamie Childress Jan 22, 2008

    Its more like static but yeah you can hear there voices in the static. I went in the menu and the speakerphone is turned off cuz thats the 1st thing I thought of

  • Jamie Childress Jan 23, 2008

    yes there is so I might take it back to the store and exchange it but i do like panasonic also,.so we'll see what happens.



    Thank you

  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2008

    I HAVE THE PANASONIC CORDLESS PHONEMODEL KX-TG6074B AND WHEN I MAKE A CALL OR RECIEVE CALL, I CAN HERE SOUNDS IN THE BASE AS IF THE SPEAKER WAS ON BUT IT'S NOT AND WHEN I HANG UP THE BASE GIVE A POP, THEN TWO MORE POP, WHAT CAN I DO.

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If the kids are using the satellite phones that came in the set, then it's possible this would happen because they're all on the same frequency. Maybe you have "speaker phone" turned on. When you say noises, do you mean you hear they're voices?

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  • Jim Jan 23, 2008

    Sounds a little like a design problem. Cordless phones are not a flwless technology by any stretch of the imagination. I found that usually the more you pay the better the performance.



    If the base unit has it's own seperate volume control you could try turning it down. If the unit is new I would consider returning it and getting a different set. I do like Panasonic. You may just try getting another one like it or switch to a different brand. Is there a help number in your instruction manual?



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