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How do I bind a venom reciever to the vr3t radio

I have both the older reciever that does not have a bind button on it and a brand new radio and reciever with bind button on it. I can operate with the newer reciever but cant get the radio to recognize the other version reciever? the radio has model memory so I know it is possible, I must just be missing the most basic step.

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The buttons you are referring to are programmable buttons, and it would depend on how they are programmed. In most cases depressing the buttons will not change the radio in such a way you could not communicate. When changes are made, they are changed back to normal by shutting the radio off and turning it back on. See page four of the owners manual.

You might want to read the section on the light on the radio on page 3. It may help.

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If you post the model number and FCC ID number (which should be located on a sticker on the back of the radio) I might be able to give you some more information.

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