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Press â1â if you want to specify the number as a Chain Dialing number (see âChain Dialing for Long Numbersâ in this section). Otherwise, press â2â.
Step 4 or
Return to Step 4 to store another number, or press the STOP key a number of times until you exit. If the number is a Rapid key number, you can write the name on the label above the appropriate Rapid key.
Note: You may need to add a pause between certain digits in the number to allow ... time for connection. For example, if you are on a PBX telephone system that requires an access number, such as â9â, to be dialed to access an outside line, you will need to enter a pause between the access number and the fax number of the other party. Pauses are entered by pressing the REDIAL PAUSE key (2 seconds per pause). If necessary, several pauses can be entered in a row.
Use the following procedure to clear numbers:
Press these keys
âENTRY MODEâ will appear in the display. âFAX NUMBER MODEâ will appear in the display.
1 2 3 4
Select CLEAR. âFAX NUMBER CLEARâ will appear in the display. To clear a Rapid key number, press the appropriate Rapid key. To clear a Speed Dial number, enter the 2-digit number with the number keys. âPRESS ENTER KEYâ will appear in the display. If there is no number stored under that Rapid key or Speed Dial number, âNO NUMBER STOREDâ will appear in the display. âCLEAREDâ will appear in the display.
Step 4 or
Return to Step 4 to clear another number, or press the STOP key a number of times until you exit.
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