My phone is giving me a problum # 1 it is always have a lot of noice i try every thing like changing chanel and diffrent jacks not luck. # 2 battery is not holding power any help please email@example.com
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If you have multiple phones for your base and they both have a lot of static, I suggest you check your base. Either it's transmitting poorly or it's in an area with too much interference to the signal from base to sets. Can u give more detail as to what you tried so far and what is around your base (like electrical appliances, wiring etc...?
Baby monitors apparently are all on 2.4GHz frequency range. Phones have to be either beneath ie 1.8GHz or above eg 5.4GHz and no interference will occur. So simply had to change the phone because its frequency range was 2.4GHz.
A phone uses a voltage drop to determine when it is answered or hung up. What is happening in your case is the phone or base unit, or worse yet the house wiring has a short to ground somewhere. This also cause the static you hear. You can get a regular phone and plug it into the same cord and see if it works normal. If so it is not the house wiring but the phone or base unit. If so you can only hope to find the short yourself which is very time consuming and difficult on modern digital units. Sorry to say it's cheaper to get a new unit than pay for repair. The only other thing that cause those symptoms is the batteries are going dead. I assumed you checked this first. If not you can try changing the battery pack on the phone.
I have the same problem with my GE 29460 GE-2 phone. I took apart the handset and the source of the humming and static is a bad (cheap) microphone. I have swapped in a spare handset from another phone which works for the time being... it doesn't fit the phone cradle very well. When I find a junked phone (any wired phone would probably work) with a good microphone I may try soldering in the mike into the old handset... its only a 2 wire solder job. I'm PO'd at GE for making junk so I don't want to buy the parts for this, if I could find them.
One of the phone handsets of the Panasonic KX-TG563 trio gives me static w/ dial tone and then shuts down or it gives me the message that "System is busy/Line in use" with no dial tone. If I get closer to the base unit it seems to work but w/ alot of static. The base unit phone works good and the other handset works ok too. The battery shows fully charged however, when I take the battery out to try a reset when I put it back in the battery indicator show very low. I tried switching batteries w/ the othe hand sets it doesn't help.
Lots of static when I turn it on. Changing the channels does not work. Having no onother appliance plugged into the outlet doesn't work. Moving it away from other appliances doesn't work. What should I do?
I had exactly the same problem. I tried re-registering the handset several times with no change. In desperation, I took the battery out of the handset for a minute or so and unplugged the transformer from the wall. I reinstalled the battery and plugged the transformer back in and voila! The phone now works! No guarantees that it will work for everyone, but it worked for me.
Time for a new phone. Most likely there are some bad solder connections and they could be anywhere. A 2 year old battery should not cause such severe problems so I'd spend the money on a new phone before a new battery.