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Speed dialing please help with the speed dialing. there are different numbers and I can't figure it out. thanks, Randi

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There are two types of speed dial and the programming varies with the system you have.

System speed dial is programmed from the operator or manager's phone or PC and they reside in system program 001.

Personal speed dial numbers reside in my system at location 10.
You can try PROG 10 and see what the display says.

The user manual has instructrions for programming personal speed dials.

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