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I need a diagram of a midwest shorty handpiece so I can take one apart and clean it

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To add an Extension Key: -
DONT lift handpiece, enter [*91] then press a vacant memory key and then choose “Repdial Key” from the menu. Enter an extension or group number and press the [ü] key.

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