In response to your question, yes it is definetly a DIGITOR F8013, N53 REN=0.5 Answering Machine manufactured in China. Please advise of instruction manual and specifically how to chance to answer message. Thank you.
To change the message hold down the repeat key and record your message. When you stop holding the repeat button your message will be available to listen to., To change the time hold down the time set button while adjusting the hours and minute buttons.
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Telephone lines have a REN value ( ringer equivalence number ) this figure is usually around 4, meaning you should not connect equipment totalling more than this value or your ringers may not operate when receiving a call.
On the underside of your telephone or answer machine or fax etc. you will see the ren value on a label it will typically be REN 1 so you can plug in 4 of these units.
1 REN = 4000 ohms ( ringer impedance )
I suspect you have overloaded the line, if you need all of the equipment connected, you can buy ringer repeaters which have a separate power supply and therefor do not load the line.
Yes, it's really a Singer. Singer has many of there machines assembled in China or other countries, as most manufacturing companies do. If the machine has Singer's label and model on the front, it's still a Singer.
on the case of java games being installed in your phone, i don't know. but with ebooks, you need ebooks that is in the form of plain text usually ASCII. you can download them at gutenberg.org. on you're other questions you should someone else to answer. we have the same kind of phone BTW.