Question about GE 25932 Twin Cordless Phone
Hi. I am trying to program numbers into the phone's memory. I know how to do the name and number, but need to add a # sign to the end of the string of numbers. Since the # sign is a P (pause), how do I insert a #?
Phones are a bit odd in this case. They key layout changes a bit when you are entering text into the phone, rather than dialing a number outside of a menu. Look carefully at the keys, there is a button that give you access to symbols, it will be labeled so in the same text and color the pause letters are. What i mean is there are the numbers and letters on the surface of the button, but what you want to pay attention to is the secondary letting etched on the bezel between the buttons. Hopefully you will easy find it. I can reference it if you send the model number to my email address or update your question.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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