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Vol set to audio level you like.
squelch set fully counter clockwise
rf gain. set fully clockwise
rf power around the 8-10 oclock position. too much deadkey will give weak audio.

not sure what band it needs to be on.been awhile since playn with this model.

clarifier set 12 oclock setting.
talkback just to were it doesn't squeal or lower



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