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Static-y h700 When i make a call the h700 get static-y and it's inside the 30 feet range(in my hand)!.%^&$#@....

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  • mag2 Jan 29, 2008

    I just found this site i'm all #$%^& up i dont know how i will get this message to you josh1856.

    The phone is a HTCp4000 and the headset is a real

    h700 motorola dolce gabana .

  • mag2 Jan 29, 2008

    It's a week old.

  • mag2 Jan 29, 2008

    a week old

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    how long have you had this unit? is it new?



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Since it is only a week old I would take it back where you bought it and tell them it is full of static and get a new one or different one.

This model is notorious for having static problems. You could also do an RMA with motorola since your unit has a 1 year warranty.

hope that helps!

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if yours has water damge it probably toast water always seems to ruin electronics

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