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I need instruction manual to program speed dial


I was unable to locate a user manual for that particular device, however the basic instructions for programming speed dial functions are normally very similar between most phones.


Generally there are ONE TOUCH Speed Dial buttons labelled something like M1, M2, and M3 on the dial pad somewhere.


There should also be another button labelled PROG or STORE on the keypad as well.


Normally to program a number into a ONE TOUCH speed dial memory location you carry out the following procedure:


Lift the handset.


Then press the PROG (or STORE) button.


Now just use the number keypad to dial the full telephone number that you want to store in a Speed Dial location.


Once the full telephone number is dialed, then push the M1 button to store that phone number in the M1 One Touch Speed Dial location.


The phone may or may not show some kind of confirmation that the M1 location was just programmed, then just hang up the handset.


Now when you lift the handset and press the M1 button, the phone should automatically dial the phone number you programmed into it.


Now just repeat the same process for the M2 and M3 One Touch Speed Dial buttons with other phone numbers if necessary.


To change one of the Speed Dial numbers, just carry out the normal programming procedure for that location using the new phone number and the old number will simply be overwritten.


I truly hope that was helpful to you.
Good luck and take care.

Joe.

Dec 02, 2011 | Southwestern Bell FM-480 Corded Phone

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I need to recall the system speed dial directory on my NEC Electra telephone system. I am unable to find a memory re-call/display feature in my manual.


With this old model of phone you don't have the soft keys to scroll through the directory like the newer models have.

In order to check the system speed dials you will need to check them manually:

System Speed Dial #'s
LNR/SPD key and the system speed # 00~79

Station Speed Dial #'s
LNR/SPD key and the system speed # 80~99

This will dial the # and/or display the name associated with the speed dial.

In order to program them refer to this manual:

Elite IPK Features and Specs

Look under Speed dial-Station or System.

Nov 11, 2009 | NEC Electra Professional ETW-16DC-2

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I have a toshiba DKT3512S and need to reset the time, also i would like to know how to do speed dials. Thanks mara


You will have to get into program mode for this. you will have to press this sequence of buttons. Hold*#*#1*2*3*. Password is default to 0000. Program number is 902 then press hold. Press Intercom button for Date and line 1 button for time. If you press Intercom #66 enter speed dial number 10-99 is station speed dial. If you press Intercom #66 and enter speed dial numbers 100-999 will be system speed dial. Hope this helps. I included a site below with program manuals.

http://www.wedophones.com/ToshibaManualsLead.htm

Oct 12, 2009 | Toshiba DKT 3010 Corded Phone

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I can't change the speed dial numbers on my phone


You should only have to hit Feature - Redial and then select the soft key that you wish to re-program. Typically you will then type 1 and then the extension you want to program.

Jul 06, 2009 | NEC Electra Elite DTU 16D-2 Corded Phone

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Need to erase numbers stored on speed dial


Go to uniden.com and look in customer service/manuals. They may have it to download. You'll need the model #

Mar 26, 2009 | Uniden Cordless Phone

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Setting the date


By programming, these are programs 000,001 and 002 for Date and Time, Speed Dial number, and Speed Dial Name.

Date and time programming is easy, I don't wish manual speed dial entry on my worst enemy. However, if you like a challenge, I'm going to give you a link to the programming manual.
http://public.carl.airpost.net/TDA/TDA_PTPM_32.pdf

Start with page 12, since you'll need it to get into programming.
Your key sequences begin on page 16. After you put the first 5 or 10 speed dial numbers and names in, you'll get the hang of entering names in the directory. Nothing changes until you press ENTER or STORE. Each speed dial number starts with a trunk access code (usually 9) as part of the number. In name entry, each time you press the key it changes a letter. In a TDA IIRC 7 presses of the 2 key will get you ABCabc2.

Carl



Mar 19, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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Clear speed dial/one touch settings


There is no way to clear the settings you would have to re-program the correct setting. Did you program one touch speed dial on the line buttons? I do not see how programming a speed dial could effect accessing the CO lines unless you re-programmed the CO line buttons by mistake. If so, you would need to re-program those soft keys to line buttons. The manual you have may not cover this? The phone you have can work on a few different Panasonic phone systems. If you need a more detailed manual you will first need to know which Panasonic phone system you have. The phone part number WILL NOT help you determine which phone system you have. There is a main control unit somewhere (basement, utility closet, etc..)

Aug 13, 2007 | Panasonic KX-T7431 Corded Phone

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