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Hi all!

I just got my first Mac about two weeks ago and I'm absolutely in love with it. But I have noticed one problem... Every time I use wireless in the house, it interferes with our wireless phones and causes a lot of static. I heard from another Mac user at work that there is a way to disable scanning for wireless networks and that it will help with the interference. Could someone tell me where this setting might be or if there are any other ways to eliminate interference?

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