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Martian sounding I do not have the manual for my walkie-talkies and when I first got them they sounded great. I recharged them and the batteries are fine, but now when someone talks you can't understand them. They sound like Martians! There are "mon" "chan/tone" "menu" and "call" buttons. Could one of the buttons make a difference? I can't seem to change it back. Thanks, Pam

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