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Setting the speed dial numbers.

We have misplaced our owners manual and need to reset the speed dial numbers on our Uniden phone. It is one that has the ''m'' button and then you press the number, ie m1, m2 but we cannot remember how to program the numbers in to begin with.
It is a Uniden 2.4GHz model EXP4240 cordless phone.

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When phone is on standby press memory-the talk led lite should flash. enter the phone # you want to store then push memeory again. Select the speed dial # you'd like to use for this phone # (0-9) then you should here a tone indicating it was successful. Let me know if this works for you-it should!!

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Storing Numbers in Speed Dial Memory 
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