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No sound on one of my walkie talkies

They are both on same channel volume hight but one has no sound

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SOURCE: oregon scientific walkie talkies

Hi Neil

You can obtain the Owner's Manual (Contains simple instructions) from link below

http://www.expressfix.net/manuals/2WayRadios/OregonScientificTP329



Posted on Sep 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Motorola FV200 Walkie-Talkie

Scanning Channels
Use scanning to monitor channels for transmissions or to find someone
in your group who has accidentally changed channels.
1. Short press
MENU until the "Z" appears. The current setting
On/Off will flash.
2. Press either
+ or to turn On or Off.
3. Press the PTT to confirm or
MENU to continue set up.

Here is a link to the manual http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/FV200_userguide.pdf

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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SOURCE: walkie talkie symbol stuck on cannot remove it

The symbol you are describing indicates you have the radio on HI power. It will not go away unless you reprogram the radio to LOW power, or change to a low power channel. Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.motorola.com/staticfiles/Business/Products/Two-Way%20Radios%20-%20Unlicensed/_Documents/XTNiD/Static%20Files/XTNiD%20Manual%20EN.pdf?localeId=252

Best regards.

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SOURCE: BellSouth 1010 walkie talkie receives constant static

you have opened up the squelch - refer to the manual to close and return radio to normal operation

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SOURCE: Is there a way I can change the channel on my

On the Motorolas you have to press the menu button until your current channel flashes. Then press the plus (+) or minus(-) sign to change the channel. 21 is a great channel and you can get distance on it.

Posted on May 10, 2010

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Use a audiovox walkie talkie


What is your question about using the walkie talkie? These are standard FRS low power walkie talkies. You need to set both to the same channel. Turn both on. Push the transmit button and speak into the microphone which is on the face of the radio. You should hear the voice in the other walkie talkie.

Note; all of these FRS talkies have substantially less range than advertised. They should provide reliable service within about 1/4 mile line of sight, no more. In an urban environment with lots of buildings you will get less.

Oct 14, 2014 | Radio Communications

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I need a manual for this


http://www.upzone.com/downloads/summary/7-manual/1254-the-manual-of-walkie-talkie-atomatic-battery-save-walkie-talkie-88006651.html

May 21, 2014 | BellSouth Auto multi-channels 2-way radio...

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Walkie talkies were working yesterday (gift from Christmas) and today the red power light is on indicating both working, but we can only get sound out of one of them.....any suggestions? brand new...


Hello,
These walkie talkies are pretty simple to use. Turn on and turn the volume up and talk. So if you turn it on it is possible for there to be enough juice in the batteries to make the LED function but not enough to modulate (or talk) to the other walkie talkie. Have you tried to replacing the batteries with new ones yet? Sometimes recharge ables go bad and they are no good when you install them into your item. So make sure the batteries you installed are "new." And replace in both units. Should this not work, given the nature of the item and the age of those who will more than likely be using them, they break and soldier joints come loose. The back has a screw that is a specialty tool to remove. Outside of removing that and taking a look there is not much that can be done. Make sure to put at least 5 feet between the two radios to allow for good reception.
Regards, Tony

Apr 17, 2011 | Digital Blue LEGO Walkie Talkies

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Is Bell South walkie talkie compatiable with other


Some number their channels differently, but all FRS/GMRS radios operate in the same mode and will have at least some frequencies in common. Check the channel/frequency lists for both radios and you'll be able to talk to each other.

Feb 28, 2010 | BellSouth 1061 (14 Channels) 2-Way Radio

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BellSouth 1010 walkie talkie receives constant static


you have opened up the squelch - refer to the manual to close and return radio to normal operation

Aug 27, 2009 | BellSouth Radio Communications

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Motorola FV200 Walkie-Talkie


Scanning Channels
Use scanning to monitor channels for transmissions or to find someone
in your group who has accidentally changed channels.
1. Short press
MENU until the "Z" appears. The current setting
On/Off will flash.
2. Press either
+ or to turn On or Off.
3. Press the PTT to confirm or
MENU to continue set up.

Here is a link to the manual http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/FV200_userguide.pdf

Oct 23, 2008 | Motorola FV200AA GMRS/FRS 2-Way Radio...

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How do I make it work


It depends on the channels on the walkie talkies.

Can you supply the frz range of the TRC, and walkie talkies make and model and I will try and get the frez on the channels for you.

I can then tell if it will work or not.

Apr 27, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Walky talky


A walkie talky as we called them, back when we were younger - and hell we probably still do in some respects, hence the fact my friend still refers to her cordless phone as a "walkie talky" and the principals haven't changed that much.

The common old Walkie Talky or CB radio use what we call a half duplex, that means only one person can talk at a time. We are talking and listening on the same channel.

Cell phones are full duplex, meaning two way conversation, and this is simply listening on one channel whilst talking on another, so the basic principal is basically the same, just a little more sophisticated.

Walkie-talkie typically has one channel
CB radio has 40 channels.
Cell phone
can communicate on 1,664 channels or more!

I have included a link to a circuit diagram.

http://www.freeinfosociety.com/electronics/schemview.php?id=1870


There is also two links below, building the transmitter & receiver.
Transmitter: http://www.zen22142.zen.co.uk/Circuits/rf/2bjttx.htm
Receiver: http://www.electronics-tutorials.com/receivers/regen-radio-receiver.htm

Trust this helps, and please take the time to rate the answer given, thank you.

Feb 04, 2008 | Motorola Walkie Talkie 2-Way Radio

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Pick up other walkie talkies


Should do. The available channels are defined by the regulator rather than by the manufacturer. Only thing to watch out for is similar looking devices designed to be sold into different markets (for instance, radios made to the European PMR446 standard work at a slightly lower frequency than those intended for sale in the US). A.

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