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Columbia FRS-S14 two way radios

I have a pair of two way radios made by Columbia Telecommunications Group. Models FRS-S14. one is serial number A09 11242 the second is A09 11263. I got these off a friend a year ago. No manual. The units will not communicate with each other. All funtions seem to work and the transmit symbol comes on when you transmit, but the opposite unit does not pick it up. I tested them with my scanner and both transmit, but on different frequencies. Any advice? Thank you

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  • deerhtr Nov 06, 2008

    They do have the same channels, I just cant figure out why they dont communicate with each other. I just happened to have my scanner and when i transmitted from each one, i notice they were picked up on different freqs. THis may be irrelative but i wanted to supply as much info as possible for a solution

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Are you just looking for a way to program them to the same freqs? But if they are FRS family radio then they should have the same channels in them.

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