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Dialing presets I have lost the manual and cannot remember how to enter the preset quick dial numbers. Can you help?

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Hi John, you posted this a LONG time ago.. but I will add a sollution incase anyone needs to find out in future..

to add a number (i.e 01234567890)

1. Lift the handset
2. Press the 'STORE' key, then enter 01234567890
(the number will not be physically dialed - rather, the telephone is memorising it internally)
Press the 'STORE' key again after you enter the number
then select the button you wish to locate it to.

i.e : 'STORE' » enter telephone no. » 'STORE' » Press desired memory button..

Hope this helps
Kevin (In Dublin, Ireland)

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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