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Bearlyhere26 I bought a pair of Motorola

Bearlyhere26 I bought a pair of Motorola talkabout radios at a rummage sale but they don't have a digital screen just a "push to talk " button. they are green and take 3 AA batts. they have no model number all it says is Talkabout across the top. i need to identify and get a manual because both on different channels. Can you help me

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Commonly called the TalkAbout Basic. With the radio turned on hold in the monitor button. It should announce the current setting. Use the PTT button to change the setting. Press the monitor button to lock in your selection. When done shut the radio off and then turn it back on.

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