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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like a bad breaker. Sometimes, breakers appear to be in a trip position, but they're actually in the on position. If you've had this breaker working for a while, and it began tripping under load - then I'd replace it. If you just purchased this breaker and are assuming it's not holding in the on position, then I'd install it - because it could just appear that way. Or, you can bring it to your local electrical supply store for a second opinion. They're pretty knowledgeable, and will help you for free. But, giving you credit - I'm sure it's a bad breaker. This is usually a pretty good indicator of it going bad. If you have any further questions, etc. that you'd like to ask or share - feel free to contact me again and I would be willing to help you. Good Luck! Jim
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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It's the "MEM" key at the very bottom right. I had the very same question and just found the answer at http://www.epinions.com/content_67070561924
(The last paragraph of the review gives the answer.)
When you hear the beep, press and release the MEM key. The 2nd caller's phone number appears on the screen to indicate you've been connected to the 2nd caller while the first caller is put on hold.
To get back to the first caller, press and release MEM again: the first caller's number will appear on the screen.
I don't know if there's a way to see who the 2nd caller is without actually connecting to them.
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