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Need to listen on UHF Then Transmit on VHF

Please tell me how I can program my Kenwood TH-F6 handheld to work a crossband repeater split.
I want to listen to my repeater on 443.725
and when I press the key I want my handheld to transmit on 145.81 MHz
I know how to store 443.725, so all I need to know how to store a transmit frequency of 145.81 so I can hit my remote base station.

Thanks in advance,
Bob Haynes WB4AKA Valrico, Florida
(813) 657-1200

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