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Broadband made my phone fuzzy


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I recently got broadband from AAPT. I set it all up correctly and put filters on all my phones but now whenever i call someone, there is a crackling fuzzy sound in the background.
Is this normal? If not, how do i fix it?
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Change the filters.
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Well that's obvious but i got the filters from 2 different places (AAPT and Dick smiths i think). What's the odds of that happening to both of them?
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you may need to get your phone company to come out and test the lines in your home..it's possible (especially if the lines in your house are old) that the lines inside are just not cut out for the traffic...there may be breaks or shorts in the line that were minor enough to allow simple voice traffic but not able to handle the added info being pushed across the line
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