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Can you just tell me how to change the phone from two rings to four rings, I cannot find my manual

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1) press the button
2) use the up or down arrow on the button and scroll to "initial setting"
3) press "select" using the button above the button
4) "set answering" should be displayed, if not use the up or down arrows on the button to select
5) "number of rings" should be displayed, if not use the up or down arrows on the button to select
6) use the up or down arrows on the button to select the desired number of rings
7) press "save" using the button above the button

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