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Do two handsets plug up to telephone line? If so how?

Trying to hook up phone, can't find place to hook up phone line to extensions (two handsets)

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The main unit with answer machine has an inlet line where the phone line from the wall plugs into,which is located in the back of unit along with where the power cord gets attached. The second handset should have a stand/charger unit that should just plug into an outlet only to charge it. The two handsets run off the main answering machine/ unit. So as long as that is plugged in you should be able to use both handsets, because they both operate on the same frequency wave. Hope this helps you.

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