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When I answer a call the person on other side says there is a lot of static and it is also on speaker phone. how do I fix this?


If this is a home phone, then the static is caused by the quality of your incoming phone line. It is usually caused by bad or corroded connections.

Regarding the manual, if you would COMMENT to this post with the make and model of the phone, I will try and find an online manual.

This is what Bell says about static.

hear static or hum on my Bell Home phone line

Jan 13, 2016 | Cell Phones

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Norstar line static


Most likley not a phone issue since you say its a line.
Call your carrier (i.e Bell, AT&T ect) whom supplies your phone lines to fix it.

Jul 23, 2012 | NorStar M7324 Telephone

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Static on the line


Go out side with your phone and a cord connected to it. Open up the gray box on the side of the house. there should be some telephone lines plugged in. Unplug the top one and plug your phone in to it. If there is no static then it is in your wires in the house. If there is still static call the phone company and have them fix it because it is there lines not yours.

Dec 31, 2010 | AT&T Lands Phones

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Fax machine will not receive a fax


try switching the fax with a phone and calling... that phone with your cell... see if you have static... if you have static on the line... then call your phone company and have them fix the line... or try putting a magnet filter on the line... next reconnect your fax and call... if your phone line is ok... and it just keeps ringing.... adjust the ring wait time to 2.... if thats doesn't help... you have a bad mainboard...

Dec 10, 2009 | Brother IntelliFax-2820 Laser Fax

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Telephone wiring- phone rings in once -static on line-call out works Seams to be worst after rain or great moisture. Sometimes clears up suddenky


I have the same problem. You might try taking a corded phone to the service box outside where the telephone line connects to your house. On the underneath side there is a line jack used for test purposes. Plug your phone in there to see if static is heard. If you hear no static from this test jack, but do hear static from in the house corded phones, you probably have a wiring issue inside the house. If you hear static from the outside test jack, that's the phone companies problem to fix. Hope this helps.

Aug 31, 2009 | Panasonic Lands Phones

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Static on the line, not heard by the caller


this is not in the phone its in the line you need to let your service provider know about this problem so they can fix it

Mar 08, 2009 | Uniden DCT646-2 Cordless Phone

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Excessive static on the line


Try turning the phone on then off. then if that doesn't fix it try touching the phone to discharge static buildup.

Feb 03, 2009 | Panasonic Lands Phones

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Static on my phones


Is the "static" actually the DSL on the other line? If the separate lines are run close together, some crosstalk can be experienced. Try fitting a DSL filter to your 'phone, if this stops it, that is the problem. What you do from there is up to you, but if a simple filter fixes the problem, why worry?
If the "static" is still there when a filter is used, it obviously is something else. Try a different 'phone on the line, 1 'phone only, if there are more than 1 or a computer or fax machine on the line. If it is still present, you may need investigation by your provider.

Apr 30, 2008 | Panasonic KX-TS4300B Phone

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No reception


radio need circuit board assy/antenna assy

Feb 12, 2008 | Dewalt DC011 AM/FM Radio

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Fax not sending


It sounds like you have a problem with your phone line. If your machine has a reciever, pick it up or press the hook key. You want to listen to the dial tone. If there is any static in the line it will cause faxc problems. Also you can try disconnecting the fax and plugging in a standard phone into the wall jack. Make a phone call and aee if the line is clear or if there is static. If you do hear static in the line, first try replacing the phone line cord, from the wall to the fax, or phone. If that doesnt help then it is definatly a problem with the line and you must call the phone co. If the line is clear with the standard phone, and static with the fax reciever, or hook mode, then you may have a bad modem board in the fax. Let me know if I can be of further help! John

Sep 05, 2007 | Brother IntelliFAX 2800 Laser Fax

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