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The alert is to loud, how can I turn down the volume for the alert?


Press the WEATHER/SNOOZE button to turn on the weather radio. Then press the "UP" or
"DOWN" volume button to select desired listening level. (Note: Turning the volume all the way
down [where no bars show] puts the radio into silent mode.)

Hope that helps resolve the issue.

Regards

Anand

Apr 27, 2011 | Midland WR-100 Weather/RDS Radio

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How do i program my eton fr 800 radio to come on automatically. Thank you.


  • To get your alert radio to come on when there is a weather alert first you needed to find the right NOAH frequency to turn on automatically to.
  1. Extend the antenna fully.
  2. Turn on the radio.
  3. .Press the "WB" button at the top of the radio.
  4. Turn up the volume and press the ^ or v button to cycle through all 7 of the weather channels.
  5. WB and CH will appear at the top of the display., with 1-7 next to CH.
  6. Select the strongest channel you can hear (if you can hear more than one channel. Usually only one channel is heard).
  7. The strongest one is the broadcast from your area.
  8. Now adjust the volume you want the radio to turn on in the event of an emergency.

  • Now once you have the weather frequency set for the radio to turn on to, we need to make it able come turn on in an emergency.
  1. Press the ALERT/WB button at the top of the radio.
  2. The alert light shines in the upper left corner of the radio.
  3. The audio will disappear but the radio is still on.
  4. It will monitor Noah until an emergency occurs and at that point a siren or a voice will alert you. Then you press the WB button to hear the alert.


Regards, Tony

Apr 27, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Why does my weather radio just beep, no voice, no lights? I have put in all codes for my county


Good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you are viewing this. You want to know why your weather radio just beeps and no voice or lights function properly. This has nothing to do with the codes you put in for your county. This has to do was the type of alert setting that is programmed into the radio. The alert setting that you have programmed into the radio is probably that TONE alert type. When this is selected, the alert will sound for 5 minutes or until any button is pressed except for the Weather/Snooze button. If you want your alert type settings changed, press MENU and use the up and down directional buttons until "ALT TYPE" is displayed on the screen. Use those same directional buttons to choose the alert type of your choice. If you choose DISPLAY, a text alert will scroll on your screen and no audio alert type will be sounded. If VOICE is selected, an alert will be sounded 8 seconds and you will hear the voice of the weather broadcaster for 5 minutes. These are the only other alert types you can choose other than TONE. Once you have chosen your alert type, press SELECT and and press MENU to exit. Remember that the NWS will only alert you if the storm meets their serve weather criteria (meaning the storm has to be able to cause a certain amount of damage or life threatening to "Wake someone up in the middle of the night"). With this radio functioning properly, it can really help you out in the long run by alerting you with the lastest information of what's going on in your area. Thank you for choosing FixYa as your one-stop solution spot for your problems and thank you for reading my solution.I hope this is the solution to your problem and it clears up any confusion you may have. Have a good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you're reading this.

Apr 04, 2011 | Midland Weather/Hazard Radio with SAME...

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My motorola has an emergency alert button on top, when pressed and held it sounds an alarm on all other radios near it. we pushed it to test and it works well and is a cool feature. however, the call tone...


Your radio may be functioning normally for the emergency alert. Here is an excerpt from the user guide:

Emergency Alert Mode

The Emergency Alert feature can be used to signal members in your

group of your need for urgent help. MR series radios will operate in an

automatic "hands-free" emergency control mode for a total of 30

seconds after activating the Emergency Alert. MR series radios in your

group will automatically advance the speaker volume to the maximum

setting and sound a warbling alert tone for 8 seconds. The alert tone is

emitted from your own radio speaker and the receiving radios in your

group. After the 8 second alert, any spoken words or incidental sounds at

your end will be transmitted to the group for 22 seconds. For the 30

second duration of Emergency Alert mode, MR series radio controls and

buttons will be locked to maximize reception of the emergency message.

1. Press and hold the Emergency Alert button for 3 seconds.

2. Release the button after the LED Indicator glows red and the alert tone

begins to sound. There is no need to continue to hold the Emergency

Alert button or use PTT for your message to be transmitted.

3. After the alert tone ends you may speak into the microphone. Your

voice or incidental sounds will be transmitted. The LED indicator will

continue to glow for the duration of the 22 second period.

4. After 30 seconds your radio speaker will emit a Talk Confirmation

Tone and the LED Indicator will extinguish. Operation then returns to
normal two-way mode.

Note: All Motorola Talkabout EM, MJ, and MR series radios are fully

compatible with the Emergency Alert feature. Radios other than EM, MJ,

MR series can receive the emergency alert signal, but will not respond

with adjusted volume settings, locked controls, or a warbling alert tone.

Users of other radio models set to the same channel and Interference

Eliminator Code will hear a steady tone for 8 seconds followed by the

voice transmission for 22 seconds.

Warning: The Emergency Alert feature should only be used in the event

of an actual emergency. Motorola is not responsible if there is no
response to the emergency alert from the receiving group.

Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.giantintl.com/ContentManage/manuals/Moto/MR350-351%20User%20Guide%2012-16-08%20KEM-PK14190-90.pdf

Best regards.

Oct 22, 2010 | Motorola MR355R Two Way Radio

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Have Talkabout 250 and want to turn off the beeping. any ideas


The following instructions are for the T289, which is very similar to the T250. It is possible they will work to turn off your beeps.


Alert Tones

The Alert Tones (beeps) on the Talkabout radios are set at a fixed volume

level and cannot be lowered. However, Alert Tones can be disabled. When

Alert Tones are disabled, the radio will receive messages at the volume

setting you've selected, but you will not hear beeps when you press control

buttons.

Disabling Alert Tones:

1. Hold down the Monitor button while you turn radio on.

2. To re-activate Alert Tones, turn the radio off, then on again while holding
the Monitor button down.

Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/T289_User_Manual.pdf

Oct 20, 2010 | Motorola Talkabout FRS 250 (14 Channels)...

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Radio does not alert


set it for county code 99999. make sure you can hear the station when you press the WEATHER button. You should see NOAA in the display window. The radio is tested every Wednesday between 11am and 12 noon and you should have a TEST message every Wednesday if it is working. You can set it for Display only, Voice or Siren, so check your menu settings, okay?

Aug 20, 2009 | Midland WR-100 Weather/RDS Radio

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Need to make sure programmed


Program the Midland 74-109 Weather Radio
a) Turn unit on. Extend the antenna. Adjust volume up slowly; Do you hear anything? If not, try replacing the 9 volt battery with a fresh one, in the accessible battery compartment underneath the unit. Repeat above steps.
b) If no sound is heard, turn unit over and look for "WEATHER" slide switch on bottom. With unit on & volume adjusted to comfortable hearing level, slowly slide switch down (or up) through various frequencies [1)162.550, 2) 162.400, 3) 162.475, 4) 162.425, 5) 162.450, 6) 162.500, 7) 162.525] until voice transmissions are heard. This should be the closest National Weather Service (NWS) broadcast for your area. Check the NWS website at http://www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/nwrbro.htm for your state, click on the state name, and look for the site name or site location nearest you. The frequency for that site should be the strongest, and appropriate for your area.
c) You can set the alert tone, for special weather alert broadcasts, on the bottom of the unit on the slide switch marked "ALERT". Set the switch to the desired type of alert: 1) LED [LED on top of unit (marked ALERT) lights up when alert is broadcast-no siren tone/alarm is heard] 2) LED & ALARM [LED lights up and alarm/ siren tone is heard] 3) VOICE [LED on top of unit lights up and voice broadcast is heard, only; no siren tone/alarm is heard].
d) Be sure to press the "ALERT" button on top of the unit and leave the volume at a comfortable listening level to hear weather alerts for your area (Alert LED on top of unit lights up to show Alert function is active). You can test the present volume level by pressing the "TEST" button. Be sure to press the "ALERT" button again after listening to the volume level to re-set the Alert function. You can listen to weather broadcasts anytime, by pressing the "WEATHER" button. After listening, be sure to re-press the "ALERT" button to reset the Alert function.
e) 9 volt battery life should last about 6 to 7 months, depending on how much unit is used an number of alerts received. Replace battery every 6 months, or when you replace your smoke alarm battery, or at beginning and end of daylight savings time. A 12 volt AC adapter to replace the battery, can be used. One should have been supplied with unit. If not, a replacement can be found at Radio Shack.
f) This should complete your Midland Weather Alert Radio Model 74-109 programming.

Apr 09, 2009 | Midland 74-109 Weather Radio

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Program county weather code


Sorry, but your radio does not have that feature, which is known as S.A.M.E. When set on ALERT your radio will receive all alert messages broadcast by the NOAA station that you are tuned to. The only fix, unfortunately, is to purchase a set that has the S.A.M.E. feature.

Bill B.
San Antonio

Mar 28, 2009 | Eton FR400 Radio

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No directions for Emerson S.A.M.E. weather research radio


We are all set. We found the directions. Thank you!

Dec 11, 2008 | Emerson Smartset Clock Radio

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