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Hi, why doesnt my Yaesu Ft270R show the frequency? Adding a picture.

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    Mike Gilchrist Mar 11, 2017

    Can u help me please I'm so not smart with hand helds

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That handheld have two ways of display show, alfanumeric and Frequency numbers.
Just change the mode.
See the owners manual.
You can get it here at this link: Print them

http://www.drele.com/media/wysiwyg/magenthemes/catalog_pdfs/Yaesu/FT-270m.pdf

Posted on Dec 24, 2014

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    Mike Gilchrist Mar 11, 2017

    Do u mind helping a little more?

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SOURCE: YAESU HAM RADIO FT270R DIAGRAM

http://www.radioamateur.eu/schemi/FT270_sch.pdf

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