Question about Radio Communications
This is a discontinued radio from Motorola. programming requires a cable to connect to a computer, there is no direct programming available.
While this is not really an answer, the programming software is specific to Motorola and you need to buy both the software and the cables from Motorola.
you would be better served, to determine what frequencies you want and then pay a certified Motorola dealer who has the software to do the work for you.
Posted on Dec 08, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Visar has a channel lock feature. If you hold down the two channel buttons at the same time, it will do one of two things depending on the settings. Either the channel will lock, or the channel numbers in the LCD will flip.
If you press the channel button and the "popples" "pop" (for lack of a better word) then the channel selection buttons re most likely OK. To fix it you just press both channel buttons at the same time for about 5 seconds. It will beep and you should be able to change the channels. If not, then it needs to be repaired.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
The radio is easy to disassemble and has no hidden surprises, but I doubt you're going to like what you see once you get it apart. The large screws that are very visible on the outside hold both halves of the outside to the thick radio chasey and mother board.
Your volume problem is typical for older T6400s, and is caused by the speaker binding internally. Motorola does not sell the speaker separately and it is built into the case so you can't really just un-hook it and install a new one in it's place.
That's a shame, they are great radios.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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