Q: Q: How do I delete all of the stored numbers?

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How do I delete all of the stored numbers?

You can delete all of the stored numbers in the Bluetooth system with one quick command: 1. Press the voice command button. 2. When the system says “Ready”, and then offers a tone, say “Delete all name tags”.

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