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How do I get the "lock" off Talkabout® T6550 Series walkie talkie

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Normaly the Talk about family has the lock funtion, to remove this funtion just press and hold the menu boton for 5 or even 10 seg. You will heard a "beep" and the icon will appear or desappear. Good luck Neto

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