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Posted on Sep 07, 2007

Speed Dial quit working

My speed dial function ceased to work! When I attempt to use it the LCD reads "call failed" The numbers still show as speed dial in my contacts list, and when I hand dial them the LCD shows the contact name, In addition, when any of the speed dial contacts call my phone, they ring in showing only the phone number. When I pick up the phone, however, the name of the called is showh..... HELP!!!!

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