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Dp80f BROKEN REGISTRATION. PRESS [STOP].

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1. Display the TEL LIST ENTRY Menu by Pressing 'Menu' and scrolling down to 3. Group Numbers
2. Then Press '2' or scroll down to 'One Touch Keys'
3. Press the desired One Touch Key that you wish to program.
4. If the One Touch Key has not been programmed, follow the prompts on the screen and enter the desired information, pressing the 'Enter' key after each entry to move to the next field.

If it is already programmed the display will say "Already Assigned". Wait 2 seconds until it says "One Touch NBR" then select '1' to delete, '2' to modify or '3' to retain. If deleting confirm delete by pressing the enter key. If modifying, enter the new information, pressing the 'Enter' key to move to the next field.

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Drum reset procedure toshiba dp80f


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How do I change the time on my Canon LC-3175?


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U need to press "STOP" to return to idle state.
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Set Speed Dial / One-Touch Feature
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  3. Scroll to find “1. 1-One-Touch Speed Dial” and then press “Set.”
  4. Under “Tel # Registration” scroll until the desired “One-Touch” number is displayed. Press “Set.”
  5. Under “Tel # Registration” scroll to find “1. Tel Number Entry” and then press “Set.”
  6. Under “Tel Number Entry” enter fax number (with “9” and the area code – ex. 913104454200) and then press “Set.” Screen will display “Data Entry OK.”
  7. Under “Tel # Registration” scroll to find “2. Name” and then press “Set.”
  8. Under “Name” enter the company name and press “Set.” Screen will display “Data Entry OK.”
  9. Press the red “Stop” key on the main control panel.
  10. The “One-Touch” feature is now set.
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