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We have a single Philips CD 445 Phone Our problem is how do we delete messages from the machine, we have lost the paper work with the instructions. alanbarlow1940@hotmail.com


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sorry it sounds like the folder may be lost forever.once you pressed the record button, the recorder knew it as a new recording in that folder.look at it like a answering machine going out message. if you made a mistake,and you wanted to record a new message,the old message would be erased.if your folder was on a cassette recorder, you would have only erased those few seconds.
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