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General Electric Mini Programming




GENERAL ELECTRIC MINI

NOTES:  This is a single NAM portable unit.
        The ESN prefix is 134 decimal, 86 hex (Mitsubishi)
        See file MITSTEST.TXT for test mode information.
        General Electric: 1-800-528-7711

NAM PROGRAMING:

1.  Press FCN & "0" keys together for one second to turn power on.

2.  Wait for wake up cycle to finish & display to clear.

3.  Within ten seconds press and hold the CL key while entering
    7 5 9 1 1 2 2.

4.  Press SEND to store data and increment the step number.

5.  Press END to complete programing and exit at any time.


PROGRAMING DATA:

STEP#    #OF DIGITS/RANGE    DISPLAY             DESCRIPTION

01       10 DIGITS           MUTE                MIN (AREA CODE & TEL#)
02       3 DIGITS            1 nnn               LOCK CODE
03       00000 - 32767       2 nnnnn             SYSTEM ID
04       0 OR 1              3 n                 LOCAL USE MARK
05       0 OR 1              4 n                 MIN MARK
06       333 OR 334          5 nnn               INITIAL PAGING CHANNEL
07       2 DIGITS            6 nn                ACCESS OVERLOAD CLASS
08       0 OR 1              7 n                 PREFERRED SYSTEM
09       2 DIGITS            8 nn                GROUP ID (10 IN USA)
10       0 OR 1              9 n                 END TO END (DTMF) DIALING
11       0 OR 1              10 n                BOOSTER KIT
12       0 OR 1              11 n                AUTO SYSTEM REDIAL

NOTES:  "n" denotes current value.

LOCK: Hold END/FCN and press 7.  UNLOCK: Enter three digit code.

SYSTEM SELECT: Hold END/FCN and press 4, display will show current mode:
0 = Pref/Non pref, 1 = Pref only, 2 = Home only, 3 = Non home only, 4 = Non
pref/pref, 5 = Non pref only.

Use volume to scroll to desired option, then press CL. 


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