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How do I program the memory dial on a GE phone model #2931

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How do I program the memory dial on a GE phone model #29318GE1-A
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Consumer Electronics
Expert:  neo123 replied 7 years ago.
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you can Store as many as 12 numbers in memory for easy dialing.
Three can be stored in the Emergency Quick Dial locations,
and nine additional numbers can be stored in the numbered
keys (1-9).
STORING A NUMBER IN MEMORY
1. Press SPEAKER (or pick up the handset).
2. Press STORE.
3. Dial the number to be stored (up to 16 digits).
4. Press STORE button.
5. Press a Memory Location (1-9 on the keypad), or an
EMERGENCY QUICK DIAL button.
6. Press SPEAKER (or hang up the handset).
7. Record the phone number on the memory directory
(located under the plastic cover).

ADDING A PAUSE TO THE DIALING SEQUENCE

Use the REDIAL button to insert a delay in the dialing
sequence when storing a number, for example, when you
need to dial 9 to get an outside line.
Press REDIAL at the point in the dialing sequence in which a
pause is required.

CHANGING A STORED NUMBER

Change a stored number by replacing it with a different
number.

DIALING A NUMBER FROM MEMORY
You can dial numbers from memory when using the
handset or speakerphone. When you get a dial tone, press
the MEMORY DIAL button followed by the memory location
(1-9) for the number you want to dial.

IMPORTANT: If you make test calls to emergency
numbers, remain on the line and explain the reason for
the call. Also, make these calls in off-peak hours, such as early morning or late evening



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