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Bell South Telephone Manual, Model 222 (20 Memory)

My daughter gave me a Bell South 20 memory phone, Model 222. I need to know how to program the phone numbers into it. I have contacted Bell South. They refered me to the web site. That was not helpful. Could you help?

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I have this phone...once I find the instruction book I can help you if you still need it.

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