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Speed Dialing I'm trying to setup one-touch dialing but it seems impossible even with the manual in hand. According to the manual I hit program and then dial the number, hit auto dial, and hit program. First of all after I hit program, it displays PITS-PGM NO? After that I try to dial the number and it beeps constantly unless I hit program again or one of the co-buttons. Now to my understanding if it displays PITS-PGM NO? I'm supposed to hit a key on the number pad. How am I supposed to know this if it doesn't even say in the manual? Does anyone know where I can find a layout of the different options?

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  • sekngen Oct 08, 2008

    If I press Program and then hit 13, it beeps 3 times and does nothing.

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Press PROG press a speed dial button (ie 13-24) dial 9 plus the number press STORE

Carl

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro Oct 08, 2008

    A 77xx phone has 24 buttons that count from bottom to top. . From the bottom on the left they count 1-12. It also has 12 Personal Feature (PF) buttons. They count from the bottom right 13-24.

    your press a BUTTON not dial a number.



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