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Using answering machine w/phone

My phone is hooked up thru the answer machine and has worked with my old phone, but with one it just gives beeping sounds and no massage is recieved. Also is there a way to use a head set with this phone?

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I called my phone company and they told me that the phone has a short that is causing a problem with my line. My grandmother has one and has the same problem with her phone. My advice do what I'm going to. either return it to the store or get satisfaction from the manufacturer. In other words ditch the sucker.

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How to operate the answering machine

hi friend,
Step 1Call your telephone number and wait for the answering machine to answer. If you have left the answering machine in the off state then you should let it continue ringing until the machine finally answers, this may be as many as ten rings or more. When the machine finally answers, you may hear a series of beeping sounds.
  • Step 2Press "0" during the playback of the greeting message or during the series of beeps. Enter your PIN code within the next 2 seconds. You must know your PIN code to operate the answering machine remotely.
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  • Step 4Hang up after the machine finishes the command and beeps. Call back to your number and make sure that the machine is now in the on state and will answer incoming calls.
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