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Wv now need to dial the area code along with the 7 other numbers. I have lost the instructions for programing the numbers. i have a lucent technologies , # 925, 16 programable # can anybody help? GLENN

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Heres the users guide for that model,

http://www.k-state.edu/infotech/voice/925.pdf

hope that helps

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