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Flashing on panel "message in memory, receive to memory"

How do I clear message or is there a service issue.

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Try doing an all job clear

function-7-Push monitor 4 times- then * . then 6 then up arrow. should say all job clear. then hit start should say initialize now.

wait for the time and date to reset and your done.

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