Question about Vtech CS5121 Cordless Phone
Most likely this is just "bleed" over interferance from another cordless phone on the same frequency and/or channel. For starters I recommend changing whichever you can in respect to these to see if this fixes the issue. You might have to change them a few times to find a good setting without the issue.
This could be a case of lines being crossed anywhere from the wiring at your phone all the way to the phone company. If you live in an apartment environment it is possible for it to be crossed with a neighbors line. Although less likely, it could even be crossed wires from different houses. This could also involve the phone companies wiring anywhere down to their main connections.
Hope this helps...
Posted on Apr 22, 2011
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