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Under the above mode, press Up/Down buttons to select On or Off and then press Mode button or PTT button to set Busy Channel Lock Out. The radio will then save selection and exit to receiving stand-by
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To DISABLE... navigate the menu to "PENALTY" in the display... press mode button... then use UP or DOWN buttons to select mode... to disable select "OF" (which means off).

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Below is for when you are using machine in fax mode, is that how you use it or are you also using the answering machine function? ie TAD mode

 

 

If desired, you can change the number of rings on which the fax machine

answers incoming calls in FAX mode. Any number from 2 to 5 can be

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1 Press FUNCTION once and 3 times.

Display:

OPTION SETTING

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(with no document

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RESOLUTION/

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2 Press once and once.

3 Press once.

4 Enter the desired number of rings (any

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Example: 3 rings

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