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add speed bin to flex button

add speed bin to flex button

add speed bin to flex button

I am having a problem programming speed bin on a flex button. everytime i try to program the button the first key i press is a "9" and it programs the button for LCR this is on the starplus sts  can any one help  thanks

RE: add speed bin to flex button

Program the number into a speed dial bin first, then program the flex button to be that speed dial bin number.

RE: add speed bin to flex button

I programmed the speed dial bin (9001) but when i go to flex button  to program it wont let me get pass the 9

speed dial twice
press flex button
then enter speed dial bin
on /off

not sure where i am going wrong


RE: add speed bin to flex button

This should do it for you

speed dial twice
press flex button
speed & bin number
on /off

RE: add speed bin to flex button

thanks you very much i was missing one step. you just solve it thanks again

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