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Casio phonemate TA120

Is there a way to change my acess code when calling in to check my messages? My old roomate calls to check my messages daily and then erases them. Is there a way to prevent this? Thanks for your help

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The unit can be easily opened. must be a loose connection needs to be reattached

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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My volume control does noy work. Any solutions?

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

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My ringer was not on and now it is. How do I turn it OFF> thanks

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I have the same machine. There is a Function/Edit button on the upper left hand side of the unit. Every time you press the button you scroll through the functions to program the unit. Change the "remote code" to any two digit number you choose and will take care of your problem!

Posted on Apr 15, 2007

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