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Motorola DM3600 Reset

Motorola DM3600. I have corrupted the code plug while in the Tuner mode. The radio works fine but I am no longer able to adjust the power level. Do you know a way of resetting the Tuner to default or the whole radio to original factory settings? The RSS still works fine.

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Rather that typing everything here. I will give you a link to a website with the instructions to reset your motorola. (copy and paste this link in your address bar)

www.pce-exeter.com/radio.php?pageNum_all_radio_products_filtered=2&totalRows_all_radio...25...Motorola

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