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When I unplugged my phone and plugged it back in, when I push my speed dial button it picks up a phone line now. How do I reprogram that button to be speed dial?

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Feature * 3
Press that button
Feature then 0

If still an issue then do F * 0 and press that button, need to know what is says on the display as you cannot override Lines,Intercoms, Handsfree, Huntgroup keys.

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