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Hi. I just bought one of these phones and wanted more information than what the manual offered, so I went to the GE website to see what they had. Below I put what I found, maybe it can help you. Click on the blue box that towards the bottom left for the manual for download.
After the link, I also put extra information tabout this phone that helped me find the manual for you- it wasnt easy to find. OK, best of luck.
GE Home ElectronicsIn 1987 GE sold its home electronics business to Thomson®, Inc. For a time, Thomson® produced many products that carried the GE name, but now only manufactures telephone and communications products.
The items that they support but no longer manufacture include: Audio products Camcorder Cassette recorder CD player Clock radio Spacemaker radio Spacemaker TV Television Video camera
For assistance with any of these older products or your current GE telephone products please call 1-800-447-1700 in the US. In Canada, call 1-800-522-0338 (English) or 1-800-522-0445 (French).
Thomson, Inc. PO Box 671988 Marietta, GA 30006-0034
For more information about the Thomson® line of GE brand telephone products, visit Thomson® at www.ge.com/phones.
These products include: Answering machine Answering system Caller ID box Cordless phone Speaker phone Spacemaker telephone