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Go to www.vtechkids.com. Under customer support, you will see a link there where you can download pdf versions of Manuals for different vtech toys. If you can't find it there, then you need to call VTECH. Contact info can also be found on their website.
Yes, you can transfer a call from one handset to another. Since you didn't specify the model of your VTech phone, I can't tell you exactly how to do that. I can direct you to enter the model into the search box here to download a copy of the manual.
Does the sound come at all ? if not then check the speaker inside orr the audio amplifier for failure. However if the sound comes on at start up then the screen should work even with the fingers, if not there is a possiblity of non conduction . Try to remove off the battery and reset. Hope this works. Good day
This is basically a learning aid device and not a real computer. Though it is in the shape of a laptop PC it have very limited function (Specifically the 74 games and activities as advertized on the box it should have come in.
No it does not have a modem, nor a cd/dvd drive or any user upgradeable parts. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. If the salesperson mislead you into believing this was an actual PC instead of a learning device like the Leapfrog and Vtech line. Then you may want to return it for a refund/ store credit. But if your happy with what your kid(s) are learning while playing the games. then thats money well spent.