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How to field program

Cannot find any instructions on how to field program my radio. the manual that i have doesn't provide any detail information.

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Hi will,

The answer is quite simple, and you've partially answered your own query, The reason your manual doesn't mention field programming, is because you can't, you need software to install on your PC and a programming cable set up from PC to your radio.

But, never fear, help is here: join yahoo group specific to your radio Make/ Model, the team there have lots of advice and info, plus you can down load manuals, schematics and (if available) software for your radio. All is free.

I hope you have the programming cable, if not visit the Kenwood website, and click on Parts & Accessories, If it's still available, and I believe they are, then you can purchase one there.

I hope this has been helpful.

Best regards,
Peter

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