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Static on line after DSL installation

Have the GE25951 and after DSL installation loud static off of satellite phones. All jacks have required filters, called GE no help, called phone co no help. Changed channels on each handset, no help. Moved satellites closer to base set, no help. HELP!!!!

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  • bj715 Apr 02, 2008

    Static is so loud, I can't hear when calls come in or going out.

    All filter are installed correctly. What should I do?

    Should I have the phone company come out to review lines?

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I had the same issue - DSL company told me to remove the filters. It worked.

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