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Installation Commander NT 132 Phone System

I want to install a Commander NT 132 Phone System.
We have a second hand system, I need to buy a frame to mount it on the wall and some tails. (Cords?)

I need a manual or some guidance on where to start.

Please help.

Thanks

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