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Phone connection have an extra cord but don't know where to plug it

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By extra cord if you mean the modular cord that connects the phone to the phone jack, you probably received a single and 2 line cord with the phone. Look at the plug if one cord has 2 gold pins and the other has 4 then that is what you have. Either cord would work but if you have only 1 line use the cord with 2 pins. otherwise use the 4 pin one if you have 2 lines.

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