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New machine and tired to plug directly into phone jack and won't work. When pluging directly into our 2 line phone we loose line 2 but answering machine works. Is this right?

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You may acquire a copy of the manual in pdf form.
Click Here!

Or Here!

It is the fully authorized Ativa AVR-4 answering Machine handbook from Ativa on 03/22/09

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