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Re: setting up my phone
I WAS UNABLE TO FIND A MANUAL FOR THIS MODEL BUT GO HERE AND DOWN LOAD THE INSTRUTIONS FOR THIS ONE THEY PROBABLY WORK SIMULARLY.http://www.home-electronics.net/ge/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=33&idproduct=37
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The 29490 isn't an answering machine. To set up the voicemail, please consult the documentation for whatever answering machine or voicemail system you have on your phone line.
Call forwarding is a service provided by your telephone company. With many systems, dial * 7 2, wait for a second dial tone, then dial the number to forward to. Answer that other phone to confirm. Dial * 7 3 to cancel. If these instructions don't work then contact your telephone company for their instructions regarding call forwarding.
The 29385GE1 isn't an answering machine. It will continue to ring until someone or something picks up or the caller hangs up. Please repost your question, giving the make and model of your answering machine.
And you won't. The model you listed is just a phone, it is not an answering machine. You either have voice mail as part of your phone service, or you have another RCA system phone that is acting as the voice mail machine.
If you have a Panasonic voice mail system, you use the FWD/DND button, dial 2 and 107 or 115, whichever is your voice mail number and # (also 712-xxx-#). This is the instruction for a TA series system tied to a TVS or TVA voice mail system, so yours may be different.
call your phone service and have them disconnect the voice mail and if they cant just remove that have them set there rings at like 9 since most phones only have up to 5 rings for the machine to answer.you will have to use there voice mail service to hear your message and then delete it but should be good after that. i have comcast and they said it would take 3 days to deactivate voice mail but told me how to get there so i can get rid of that flashing light, hope this helps you