Question about Motorola Radio Communications
Gp300 battery out it not come out
The battery pack for the GP300 radio is the entire back half of the radio. There are two spring-loaded tabs, one on either side of the radio, which must be pulled down at the same time to release the battery. If the battery has been on the radio for some time, it may have dirt or debris holding the battery tight to the radio. If this occurs, while holding down the tabs, tap the battery portion of the radio on the edge of a table/countertop to dislodge it. The battery will slide downward from the radio.
Posted on Apr 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The battery pack for the GP300 radio is a factory sealed unit. There are no user maintainable parts. Sorry!
If you are wanting to remove the battery from the radio, look along the sides of the radio near the top. There is a spring-loaded tab on each side. These need pulled down and held while you slide the battery down and off the back of the radio.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
SOURCE: gp 300
Did the radios previously work together? If so, you have one radio in need of repair.
If the radios are new to you, and you do not know if they previously worked together, it could be a simple programming problem. Take it to your local Motorola dealer to check the programming.
One simple test to see if you have one with PL and one CSQ, is to press the monitor button and see if the two radios can communicate when they are in open squelch mode. (The monitor button will be one of the side buttons near the PTT.)
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 22, 2011
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