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Very bad stati on ge cordless phone

Very bad static on ge cordless phone

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  • olalonde May 02, 2010

    I already tried this solution before I contacted you so please come up with a better solution. Thanks

  • olalonde May 02, 2010

    i have moved phones arond. unplugged some and left others plugged in by trial and error. i have been trying to correct this for over a week so you need to dig deeper into the solution as i am pretty good at trying to fix a problem. Thanks

  • olalonde May 03, 2010

    HI,

    I have tried all that you have mentioned before I contacted you including the server. I was at a party last night asking people for help on my problem and i heard some very interesting info from 3 people. They told me that it is the GE phone that is the problem for static. One lady tried three different GE phones and they all had the static problem so she switched to panasonic and hasn't had a problem since. I have 2 questions for you.

    1. The add on the internet said FREE SERVICE for GE phones and I paid $9.95. I didn't want to but I was desperate and you didn't help me anyway so I would like my money back.

    2. How do I return this GE phone for my money back also as there doens't seem to be a fix for it? I did buy it in Texas and am now in Canada. It is just a little over a year old. Thank you for your attempted help and also thank you in advance for answering my questions.

  • olalonde May 03, 2010

    Hi,

    I tried everything you have told me before I contacted you including the server. I have 2 questions for you:

    1. When I inquired about my challenge the add on the internet said FREE HELP for GE cordless phones and I paid $9.95. I didn't want to but I was desperate as my probem with the phone is very annoying. By the way my land line works perfect. Since you didn't help me I would appreciate my money back and I feel FREE is FREE and shouldn't have been charged in the first place.

    2. How can I return this phone to GE without a lot of work and complications? It is just a little over a year old. I bought it in Texas and am now in Canada. I appreciate your attempted help and thank you in advance for answering my questions.

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Dear Olalonde,
Do you have wireless networking connection?
If you do NOT use wireless networking, disable wireless on the modem. If you do use wireless get a phone other than 2.4 gHz.........

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Static noise can be caused by the weather condition, electrical interference, and some other device that is connected to the line to where the base of the phone is connected to.

First, you have to make sure that the base of the phone is only one connected to the socket, and there's no other device that might interfere with the current.

You also need to check if the battery is still working correctly, and can still hold a charge.

Make sure that you're in the required wireless range when using the phone. Put away any other wireless devices such as cell phone, wireless routers, and including microwave oven. These devices are running on 2.4GHz up to 5.8GHz. Most cordless phones are also running on 2.4GHz and the wireless signal might interfere with other devices.

Last thing to do, contact your phone service provider to see if there's an issue in their connection.

Thank you and good luck!

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Often static is caused by RF or EM interference. The interference may be getting into the system though the power or telephone signal cable being near many other cables, or because the unit is situated next to a strong source of RF or EM field.

I recommend changing the location of your cordless phone, away from such noisy sources (microwave, router, DC charging adapters, computers, etc). Try the phone in an outlet that has nothing else on the circuit, if possible.

I hope that helps.

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