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Wall mounted ge phone

I have mounted the phone on wall, but the hand heald piece keeps falling off. I have removed a little black sqau\re which should help keep it up, but it still falls.
Thanks for your help,

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Problem solved. The little black square was supposed to be put back upside down...This allowed the hand held piece to hang on.

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