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Static on my phones

What can I do to get the static off of my phone when I use the intercom? My DSL line is seperate so I shouldn't be getting interference.

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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.

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