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MT1000 locking up showing 88 when freqs out of range of radio selected.how do you reset? ROY

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  • roy nagle Feb 28, 2007

    i suspect frequencies have been programmed that are out of its bandsplit.when up and down buttons are toggled to go to desired channels,,,,,if one of the out of freq channels is passed it locks up.stays locked up.power off wont help..........i did have website that explkained this but can no longer find it.i do have rib, pc and software available at my disposal

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This happened when try to program the radio en frequencies out of band of radio?

Posted on Feb 28, 2007

  • Ernesto  Garcia
    Ernesto Garcia Feb 28, 2007

    can you be more explainded?, this happened when you tried to program the radio out of band?

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