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Memory It's been too many years since I've used one of these. How do you store and play? Thanks!

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On the L. side of the keyboard there are 3 keys store, play & delete.
To store hold store & code then type an address 01-99, rel. keys and type data on completion touch store again.
To play hold play and address to type.

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Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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