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Setting pre sets

When I try to use the "Edit pre set" button, instead of being able to assign a new channel to A3, Only channels pre set on A are available. The manual doesn't even mention the Edit button. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

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Hook up your receiver to TV using TV monitor out then enter setup you can see easier with on sreen display to setup or edit or assign any input
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If you  want to memorize a certain channel/frequency, you can only store it as a replacement for 16PLUS assignment. Ex. Instead of Ch16 as your priority/emergency channel you want say Ch14 (156.700), you can do this by pressing the up/down key till your desired channel; press & hold the 16PLUS key for 3 seconds or until you hear the confirmation beep that your desired channel has been memorized in the memory as the new 16PLUS.

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3. When i use the PTT Channel 16 is automatically set ?
The mic has an identical 16PLUS button (similar to the radio's front panel). If you pressed the PTT switch on the side and the radio switches to Ch16 (as if you pressed the 16PLUS button on the front) then you have a wiring problem from the mic to the radio. Possibly a shorted or open connection.  It is also possible that you have a break in the small PCB (in some versions) inside the microphone.

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Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turns up or should you need further information.

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