Question about Motorola AXU4100 (10 Channels) 2-Way Radio
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If you are referring to the external button on the radio, the entire front housing assembly must be replaced. If you are speaking of the internal PTT button on the component board you may want to send the radio for repair (approx. $79). Or if you are equipped with a soldering station, you can replace this component yourself by removing the defective part and soldering on the new switch.
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Reset to Factory Defaults (Pg. 34)
Reset to Factory Defaults will set back all radio
features to the original factory default settings.
To do so, press PTT, SB2 and SB1
simultaneously while turning ON the radio until
you hear a high tone chirp.
Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.twowayradiosfor.com/pdf/RDX-Non-Display-manual.pdf
Programming instructions begin on page 36.
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