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Motorola walkie forgot how to change channel and freq. on the xtn model xv1100

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With the radio turned off, hold in the PTT and the Monitor button at the same time. Continue to hold these in while turning the radio on. Wait for the radio to finish making sounds before releasing the PTT and monitor button. Then simply press the menu button to walk through programming each of the features. When you have reached the end of the user programmable features you will notice the radio has a different chirp to signal you are done. Then simply turn off the radio to leave programming mode.

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