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Do you have a PL or DCS tone activated ?

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Check your private line code (aka tone code or interference eliminator code). One of your radios possibly has it set differently than the other.

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SOURCE: motoroala mj270 walkie talk

Here is a link to the MJ270 user guide: http://www.giantintl.com/ContentManage/manuals/Moto/MJ%20Series%20User%20Guide%2012-12-08%20KEM-PK14190-74.pdf

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SOURCE: manual for motorola two way radio walkie talk about mj270

Here is a link to the MJ270 user guide:

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Most likely, something is programmed wrong. Brand and model would help more. If over the counter radios, the frequencies are likely the same. The "tones" which have many names are incorrect and both frequency and tone must match. One radio may be in "monitor" mode, so it will hear everything on that channel. Grab the book, slowly program each radio writing down each setting. Get the frequency and tone first. Add features later.

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Check your Code setting. Both the frequency and the code must be identical for the units to communicate. Shut off any special features and keep the radios at a simple setting until you get communications back.

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It seems a small hardware-problem, like a button is sticking, making a continues connection. If you are comfortable in hardware-modifications, try to open the casing of the malfunctioning walkie talkie. Do this carefully, not to damage it further.
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See if the one radio that doesn't hear the other has a PL tone programmed into it. If both radios are not programmed to the same PL tone, then one will not hear the other. Consult your owner's manual on how to do this.
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Button on side is not for answering calls.
PTT or Push To Talk allows you to use your mobile like a walkie talkie. It is dependant on your network operator running the service.

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To use the function you must first create a group or individual in your phone menu and send an SMS invitation to those you wish to join. Once your contacts are set up, your phone shows which members have their handsets switched on with push-to-talk enabled, in the same way that instant messaging works online. By pushing a single button on the handset, you are connected with one person or with your group. There is no need to dial numbers, nor do the recipients need to answer calls. You simply push a button and talk. As with a walkie-talkie, anyone in the group hears you almost instantaneously. The talking is one way with only one person able to speak at a time. Unlike walkie-talkies, which are infuriatingly dependent on distance, push-to-talk has no such limitations.

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the other set is not transmitting but its able to receive,
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