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T7406e buzz

T7406e buzz

T7406e buzz

I have MICS 6.1 with a single T7406e. Phone has been working fine. Now the recipient party will hear a buzz when speaking with the T7406e. The antenna is about 15 feet away from the cordless. this is a small office. I did not try that RF Scan procedure. Is it worthwhile? I changed the power supplies, and moved base to a different spot. No change. Is it a bad handset?

RE: T7406e buzz

I think they put in new Fluorescent lights in the place. Could that be the problem?

RE: T7406e buzz


I recall having tech relocate the base away from one once.
Depending on distance you might be ok with knee high if need.


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RE: T7406e buzz

I have mine mounted near the ceiling, 9feet high but this is a warehouse, lights are 15 feet. I moved the base to about 4 feet, same issue. I will see about relocating elsewhere in the office.

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