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My at&t phone system is intermittently having line noise, like a crackle when using intercom or outside line. I have checked the lines and the replaced the connectors. any ideas?

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I,m guessing that the card your having a problem with is a 206E card. They would get intermitent static on all lines and intercom/page that would come and go.
typically it occours on the first 2 ports of the card but can also migrate to others. Unfortunatly, the problem resides in the card itsself and the only remedy is to replace the card or move the staticy phone port to a new one.

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