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Working restricted area

I am in Canada tring to make work my T7100 and it dont whant to transmitt and receive voice. TEST A: Any chanels (1 or 14 or 22) using Interference Eliminator Code 0: I press "pit":no noise, i talk: noise reception in the other radio. Call tone is received. TEST B Any chanel (1 or 14 or 22) using Interference Eliminator Code 1 to 38: I press "pit":no noise, i talk: no voice and no noise reception in the other radio. Call tone is not received. I bought them in Virginia Usa and they where working at that moment. Are they built to work in any area?

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Re: Working restricted area

I have seen a lot of those radios that has a "factory problem" to determ this fist check that: Both radios must to have same channel and same Code. Basically has to have the same numbers on display. Check if one of them has the Quiet Tone. Work in any area?--- if you have a Pair of radios they must to work between each other, mostly of this radios works in FRS frequencies as a Talk About from Motorola This radios can present some problems with frequency error, but if you have no the necesary equipment you could not to ajust it. I hope this tips can hel you Ernesto Garcia

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