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Both of my 5.8ghz phones have a loud steady static sound. It does not matter if one is on the base or off. Both off, or both on the static is there. Yes you can talk but it is difficut to do so and hear the other party. I am not near any appliance. The base is in the bedroom, nothing of note near it. Anything else you can suggest would be appreciated. If not I can't figur it out. I really don't want to throw the phones out!!! Marshall Jenkins

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Perhaps water in your outside phone line, call your telephone company.

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