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Programming GE corded speakerphone

I have a GE multimemory corded speakerphone made by ATLinks I am having trouble storing a new number on memory A button. Please advise how to store numbers. I am particularly having trouble storing my new voicemailbox (phone number, pause and then my passcode) I have tried turning the speaker on, pressing store, then the number, # for a pause, the passcode, then pressing the A button. Help Thank you

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I fixed this just now on my phone, while seeking a solution here.
- Do not do what you'd think... putting the phone and name info first. It looks like it will take this info but it won't. That's where the frustration comes from.
- Dial the PHONE# FIRST.
- THEN click STORE.
- Then click the location (A-C or 0-8... save 9 for 911 if you don't have a red emergency key).
- Then click STORE again.
- Then type in the phone number again... this works, though there's probably a way to do it w.o putting in the number twice... but since it works, don't sneer at the free advice :) LOL.
- Then click Store
- Then type in the NAME
- Then Store.

Done. Repeat for other names/numbers. Now that you have it down, you can figure out how to do this without entering the phone number twice... but since I have a busy day, I'm just doing it this way.

Best wishes!

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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