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Midland 95 plus

Done the four links mod, got am and fm but can't change the band, which resistors need to be moved or removed. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Again another radio with illegal mods to go out of freq bands and FM is not authorized here by the FCC in the USA. I won't provide solutions to anyone with these radipo types. You want more bands, freq.s, power? Go Ham..

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