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2080-9024 dialer programming manual

Do you have a programming manual?

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SOURCE: Programming the "Memory Dialer"

You may try this: 1. Pick up the handset and listen for a dial tone. 2. Press and release the STORE button. 3. Enter the phone number(up to 16 digits)you want to store into memory(The telephone number will not dial out) 4. Press and release the STORE button. 5. Press a one-digit number(0 - 9)on the keypad to store the phone number into the desired memory location. 6. Hang up the phone by returning the handset to the handset cradle on the base. 7. To store more phone numbers in memory, repeat steps 1 - 6 Good Luck !!

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Entry delay is set correct but I want it to call out more quickly when the alarm actually goes off. It seems to wait too long. Do the entry delay and the actual alarm call out delay always the same?


Installation manual is here:

http://www.sdilink.com/GE%20Manuals/Simon%203%20Install.pdf

Programming starts on page 17.

Dialer Delay is option 17 on page 29. It's default setting is 30 seconds.

To set Dialer Delay, press:
1.Add
2.Option #
3.17
4.Use the numbered keys to enter the time 005 -
254 seconds (all entries must be 3 digits).
5.DONE
To turn off Dialer Delay, press:
1.Delete
2.Option #
3.17
4.DONE

Hope this helps.

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I have a Panasonic Easa-phone Model KX T-3135. I need information on how to program the memory to use the automatic dialer keys.


Panasonic ESA-PHONE - KX-T3135
Program instructions for the "Automatic Dialer"
On the right side of phone set the 'Memory' switch from 'Set' to 'Program'
If programing the upper entry of a 'Automatic Dialer' buttons:
Press the button - enter the phone number as it needs to be dialed - press the 'Memory' key on the left side of the phone's face.
If programing the lower entry of a speed dial buttons:
Press the 'lower' button on the left side at the bottom of the 'Automatic Dialer' pad;
Press the button - enter the phone number as it needs to be dialed - press the 'Memory' key on the left side of the phone's face.
When all entries are complete, on the right side of phone slide the 'Memory' switch from 'Program' to 'Set'.

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Hello. I have over 300 numbers programed and we recently moved and now we have to dial "9" before the number. Is there a way I can pre-program the fax to plug a "9" before dialing?


If the machine is one ofthe newer variety where it is connected to the PC ...then you can alter your "Auto-Dialer" from your PC.
If it is not a PC connected machine then you will have to go in manually and change the programming on each individual number.

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While running the CE100 Dailer for Tata Photon+ internet connection, system is throwing below error message Unable to execute file: C:\Program Files\CE100 Dialer\Driver\HaierDcService.exe Create...


If you reinstall the CE100 dialer software that will fix the problem.

Sometimes if you have a virus or malware problem it will take this out. So if you just cleaned your pc and got this thats why. The error is just saying windows wanted to run the dialer but it wasn;t where it was expected to be. somethig either deleted or moved it.

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How to program numbers into the memory of the fax machine.


Here is a link to your Toshiba DP-85F Operators Manual. Reference pages 65 through 80 to program Abbreviated Dialer Registration, One Touch Dialer Registration, and Group Number Registration.
http://209.167.114.38/dealers/opg/support/manuals/DP80F_85F.pdf

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How do you program Auto Dials for BIS-34D?


We have these exact phones in our Central Control Room. We do not have instruction manuals for them either and they are discontinued. However, I figured out how to program external phone numbers into the speed dialer.

First, put the switch on the left-hand side of the phone (near the handset) to the "P" position. This will make all the lights and ringer go off. You are now in program mode. Next, press a button on the right-hand side of the phone that you would like to program a number to (say the top, right button). Press the button and it should say "blank." Then, go ahead and enter the telephone number that you want for that button. You should see the number appear in the digital display up top. After you've done this, press the top, right button again and this programs the number into that particular button!

Repeat the above steps for multiple auto-dialers going on down the column.

I hope this helps!

Dec 13, 2007 | Avaya AT&T Merlin BIS 34D Telephone

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Programming the "Memory Dialer"


You may try this: 1. Pick up the handset and listen for a dial tone. 2. Press and release the STORE button. 3. Enter the phone number(up to 16 digits)you want to store into memory(The telephone number will not dial out) 4. Press and release the STORE button. 5. Press a one-digit number(0 - 9)on the keypad to store the phone number into the desired memory location. 6. Hang up the phone by returning the handset to the handset cradle on the base. 7. To store more phone numbers in memory, repeat steps 1 - 6 Good Luck !!

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