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I need manual for my twoway radio

I need a manual for my 2 way radio

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If you are using a TalkAbout radio the manuals are available here: http://shop.giantintl.com/Manuals.asp

If you are using a business or professional level radio visit www.MotorolaSolutions.com and there should be a link on the page for your specific radio.

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I think it your best chance of getting help with this would be to contact the main office and tell them you just purchased the radios, they will not transmit and can they help you with the problem.
This is their current contact information.
http://www.motorolasolutions.com/US-EN/Pages/Contact_Us

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Hi,
The problem you're having sounds all to familiar, these dinky toys may have Motorola stamped on them, but, these are mass produced for a price for the mass market in China, under license.
To preserve your batteries, it's always good practice to use lithium batteries, and use the radios for short durations, and always remove batteries after use.
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Firstly let me tell you that there is nothing wrong with your radios. I assume that they are VHF or UHF radios. You have to realize that RF (radio frequency) travels by line of sight - in other words, it goes for many many miles if there is nothing blocking it. (Line of sight means "you can see it from where you are" - nothing in the way). VHF and UHF frequencies will travel for much longer than 18 miles if it is really line of sight. It depends on the humidity and other factors. So if you and your buddy are each on mountains and you can each see the mountain tops, then yes you should be able to communicate reliably for 18 miles or maybe more. Range is also greater over water out in a boat, or on a shore. However, if there is anything in the way - trees, buildings, brush - anything - that range will be cut down greatly. A 2W handheld radio (VHF or UHF) in a big city with lots of obstructions can be expected to work for UP TO ONE MILE or so - in reality, less. But out in the open, with minimal obstructions (maybe through the woods if the trees aren't too thick) a few miles, like 2-4. If you need more range, then you must use a repeater. You may or may not be authorized to have one based on what type of radios they are and the terms of your license (if the radio frequencies you are using require one). A website that can provide more info is:http://www.rei.com/expertadvice/articles/twoway+radios.html

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You might also consider getting the correct audio device for the radio at the Motorola store http://www.store.motorola.com/mot/en/US/adirect/motorola;jsessionid=95A27CFFFEDE858D74CC8BB6B82C79C8.mot1?cmd=catDisplayStyle&entryPoint=adirect&catKey=601560&messageType=catDisplayStyle

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