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No signals or frecquency

Me and my friend have a portable motorola. we tried to get both a signal with my motorola and her motorola.i tried to change the chanels many times i do it, then it works one piece of my radio has already signal to her motorola but the promblem is my one piece radio is lost signal. then when im home i use my radio both of it did not work. no signals and no frenquency

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There are three items which need to match one another for the radios to communicate properly: Frequency, interference eliminator code and Qt filter. Here is a link to the user manual: http://www.giantintl.com/ContentManage/manuals/Moto/T55xx.pdf

It is likely your "code" is not programmed to the same number as one another, or you have a Qt filter and it is turned on. It is best to turn the Qt filter (if any) to the zero setting.

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