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Bluetooth connection I have misplaced my manual and so do not know how to connect my phone to a bluetooth device. Is there a way without buying a new manual?

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Most manufacturers have downloadable pdf versions of User Guides for their devices online at their website. Go to the manufacturer site and search for the model number and documentation for it.
Good luck.

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