I switch the phone on and momentarily I hear an electronic "noise" from the phone. The phone goes silent, connects correctly, When I phone it connects but the electronic "noise" appears and drowns out my voice and that of the caller with distortion.
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Could be possible, but normally when a capacitor goes, the compressor will try to kick in momentarily, then back out and when it does, it will draw a lot of current, and likely trip the breaker, or at least draw current down, and make lights in trailer dim momentarily as well. Can you hear a "click" (relay makes that sound) when you go from fan only, to cool on that AC unit ? It almost sounds like a faulty relay, if no current draw when switched to cool. I don't suppose you have a multimeter of any kind?
iv just had a look on mine and theres no option to turn keypad sounds but if u turn volume down,you wont hear keypad noise and u can still hear calls and messeges because you can set there volume independently.
that could be many different things such as a defective CRT, A capacitor that has shorted. or the flyback. Unless your good at electronic repairs it may be best to call in a repair tech for that type of issue as I have only just lightly touched on the possible causes.. It will need to have the standby and operating voltages tested to pinpoint the problem if it isnt noticeable by visually inspecting for blown components such as capacitors