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Can the freq 156,600 be put in this radio if so how do i do it

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No, 156.600 MHz is not one of the 27 VHF frequencies available in the CP100 VHF radio. (If by chance you have a typo and you meant to ask about the common frequency of 154.600 MHz, aka green dot, it is available in the CP100 VHF.)

Here is a link to a website with the user guide:
http://www.essnashville.com/CP100-operationsmanual-021407.pdf The frequency chart is on page 34. Programming instructions begin on page 20.

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