When I am talking on the phone, it goes like all static and then just reboots itself. Why is this happening? Someone suggested it got wet by like sweat and to leave it plugged in for like a week and see if that fixes the issue. It didn't. Any suggestions????
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Your best bet is getting a new battery! I had this issue at about the 2 year mark and it started out of the blue. The battery would show fully charged and then all of a sudden while I am talking I start hearing some static and then the person on the other end could no longer hear me and the phone would go dead. I would have to take the battery out and put it back in for it to even power back on. When it did power back on (if it would even do so) the battery charge indicator would show red indicating no battery life left. To be certain this is the issue I would suggest keeping your phone plugged in to the wall/car charger while you are using it and see if the static auto turnoff issue happens while it is connected to a power source. It should not disconnect on you while connected.
I also noticed that the battery appeared to be a little "puffy" like one of the cells within the battery itself may have imploded and shorted out if that makes sense. Good Luck.
do you have static on any other phones in your house? if so you need to find and clean up the connections in your house (where all the lines come together, with proper connections, not wire nuts or electrical tape) if its just that particular phone, un plug it and plug a phone in that you know dosent have static on it. if theres static, its the jack your plugged into, if not, its the phone.
If the telephone line itself is static-free, connect a normal telephone to the same jack that the answering machine uses. If all calls are static-free, you've cleared the wiring and the telephone service provider. Next, plug the telephone into the jack on the back of the answering machine. If all calls are clean, but messages are still loaded with static, then we may be talking about a bad answering machine. If you have DSL service, make sure that there is a filter installed between the wall jack and the cord that goes to the answering machine.
When I have a static problem with a phone or radio it usually happens when I have them plugged into a extension cord. Or they are too close to one another. You may try an ext.cord. just having the phone plugged in or find out why you have so many magnetic fields in your house and if moving the phone around to different outlets help.If not I suggest you call Radio Shack. You can not beat their customer service.
1. How old are you phone lines in the house? Check the "main" terminal connections. Clean and reconnect. (Make note how the wires are connected).
2. The power transformers for the phones maybe you trouble also. Unplug all except the main unit. Check each transfer one at a time. Do you have static? One or more may be your problem. Replace the bad ones if needed.