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UHF uniden uh089sx will not transmit on ch23 how do i fix this.

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Channel 23 and 24 are both telemetry and telecommand application channels and this paticular device will not allow you to transmit. Software can be used on some devices to change this and some other brands do not have this same function.

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Does anybody know where i can get a circuit board diagram for my uniden uh089sx because i accidentally put plus to minus and minus to plus and i don't know what the problem is and it had no fuse.

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