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I attach the display panel buttons image, please watch it. In the display panel, press on sequence: menu/settings/language/ok/, then choose the language you want, press ok/menu.
The equipment must display the characters in the language you choose. If have troubles please show it.
The manual is at the address below. The instructions for changing the display language are on page 279. Since the display language is in Japanese you will need to navigate to the language setting page using Japanese. I have circled the Japanese words that you will need to press in red in the image below.
Fixya would not allow me to upload the image which is only 247Kb.
So the Japanese characters that you need to press are.....
And Fixya would not allow me to post the characters eithter.
Just download the pdf, look at page 279 and follow the arrows. English is the top menu item.
Press and hold the Index-finger on-screen key to display the Setup menu. Select the Toolbox with the digit 2 underneath to bring up the Setup 2 menu. Select the "A" icon to enter the language submenu, then select the desired language.
The PDF document contains data in Japanese and needs the support package to display the correct Japanese characters. This is common with files on websites of Japanese companies even thought the document may contain English language also. You can simply cancel and then view the document English text but the Japanese text will not be displayed and you will see various garbage and blank spaces instead. Alternatively, you could simply install the support package. This will then enable Acrobat reader to correctly display Japanese characters. Note: you can also get a similar message if you access a document in Chinese which will then prompt you to install the Chinese support package!
The keyset’s display provides a 3-line, 24 character per line alphanumeric display that displays various information for the telephone either while on a call or while idle. You can change the contrast of the display as well as the language used when displaying the prompts. 1.On an idle telephone with no BGM, or . Pressing either volume key adjusts the LCD display. If BGM is enabled for the phone, in order to change the contrast, it must first be disabled (CALL + 825) or it will adjust the speaker volume. 1. Press + + the language number to be displayed (00-12). 0 = Japanese 1 = English 2 = German 3 = French 4 = Italian 5 = Spanish 6 = Dutch 7 = Portuguese 8 = Norwegian 9 = Danish 10 = Swedish 11 = Turkish 12 = Latin American Spanish To change the displayed language: To adjust contrast: 58
When you say writing, I assume you mean the language on the printer's display. Here's a step by step guide (since I assume you can't read the Japanese).
Press the blue Checkmark button to access the menu system. Press the down area twice which will give you access to the configuration menu. Press the Checkmark button to select this menu. Press the down arrow twice to access the system setup menu. Press the Checkmark button to select this menu. Press the down arrow 13 times (you can just keep pressing it until it gets to the bottom. It won't go any farther than the last entry) to get to the very last entry which is language.Press the Checkmark button to select this menu. The languages will be displayed in their native scripts. The first one is English. Press the Checkmark button to select English. And you are done. Press the U shaped arrow to get back to the main menu.