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Onetel OT8500 Hi Please can anyone tell me the maufacturers site for Ontel Dect phones. I need to change the pre recorded message on the answer unit. I misplaced the manual. Was hoping I could download it from their site. Don't really want to pay for one unless I really have to. Many thanks Tracy

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Select menu then am operation, and choose to delete all, then choose record new. Now you have a new answering message/

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