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The large rectangular key on the right side labeled return.

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2. Master reset (All memory clear)
There are two possible methods to perform a master reset.
· MRS-1
Used to clear all memory contents and return machine back to its
initial settings and return keyboard back to default keyboard layout.
Procedure
1) Unplug the AC cord from the wall outlet.
2) Set the MODE switch to the (SRV¢) position.
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· MRS-2
Used to clear all memory and keyboard contents.
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