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My mom was given a phone Model No 16169360001,

My mom was given a phone:
Model No 16169360001
US:SUNTE 10BST3839
USOC JACK:RJ11C
REN:1.0(B)
Item Description: Phone-LCD-Touch Panel-MS
Made in China, China Patent # 200830049047.2
U.S. Patent Pending

She has misplaced the box/instruction manual, and we are having trouble with all the settings. Is there a way we can find a manual online?

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SOURCE: operation manual

I have a manual i'll send You a copy

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I tested the phone directly attached to the MJ (4ft phone cable) and it rang. I tested likewise with a 20ft cable and it worked. I reconnected to my house network and it did not work with the phone attached to phone jack at my desk. icon_sad.gif

I traced the lines in my basement (I was already disconnected from outside landline connection) contemplating eliminating unnecessary wiring and lo and behold I discovered in a corner of my basement that an old bell-ringer phone was connected to my house network! When I disconnected this phone (and the obvious voltage load associated with it), my phone rang perfectly.

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I tested the phone directly attached to the MJ (4ft phone cable) and it worked. I tested likewise with a 20ft cable and it worked. I reconnected to my house network and it did not work with the phone attached to phone jack at my desk. icon_sad.gif

I traced the lines in my basement (I was already disconnected from outside landline connection) contemplating eliminating unnecessary wiring and lo and behold I discovered in a corner of my basement that an old bell-ringer phone was connected to my house network! When I disconnected this phone (and the obvious voltage load associated with it), my phone rang perfectly.

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Operation manual


I have a manual i'll send You a copy

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