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I have uniden gmr1448-2ck and not able to communicate between two radios even though on same channel etc.... just stopped nothing changed? help please as need them for work.... thx leo

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sounds like you have one units side channels set diffrent than the other.you should be able to reset this by reverseing the battries in both units for a few moments then replacing them correctly. or remove battries for 24 hours or more to delete memory

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