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Hi, I have an issue with my Avaya has a lot of static. When I put it on mute, I can hear clearly but of course the reps can't hear me. And when I unmute it, there is a bunch of static. The battery is fully charged. I don't know what to do or look for...please help.

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Try on another phone. I the headset then works fine the headset port on your phone is bad.

If there is still static on the new phone, the headset is bad....

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