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Instruction Book doesn't give guidance for pairing phones to unit. Please advise step by step such as what radio should be set at. These phones have been paired to other 2.0 Units so can't understand why I can't this one to work. Thanks Lorraine

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  • bullibe Jan 01, 2011

    After turning unit on press SRC > scroll to "Bluetooth" Press DISP for two seconds > scroll to "PAIRING" Then follow all of the other instructions given above.

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