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Phone cord replacement

I need a 2 wire phone cord. Called their (Thompson)customer service they won't sell parts. Told them I had checked Office Max and office Depot, they told me to try Radio Shack which I did--no dice! I am getted frustrated because I have a brand new phone with a faulty cord, and cannot get a new one. My phone is useless with a phone cord to connect it! Can someone give me a suggestion?

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Any standard phone cord should work no problems.

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