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My motorola talkabout(1998)will not connect to eachother what is the secret.I do not have a manuel. these have never been used.I think the codeing between the 2 must be off.

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Check that both the channel and subchannel match between the radios. depending on your specific model, the channel should be between 1 - 14 , and the subchannel should be between 1 - 38. If this does not work I will need the specific model number to assist further.

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