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When I place a phonecall, several seconds elapse in which I hear only static before the called number starts to ring. Possible cause?

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Does the static stay on the line after the called party answers?Is the static on incoming and outgoing calls on any phone?if the answer is yes to the above questions,check your house jacks for corrosion.There are a number of things that can cause static inside your house and outside.From the interface box on your house where the wires come from a pole or from under ground is phone company problem.From the box into the house is your problem,so the easy solution is to make the phone company come out and determine from what side the static is coming from.There is usually no charge for this unless you have them come into your house if the problem is there.
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