Question about Motorola Radio Communications
I apear to have the same thing. The radio that can send a signal has the radio icon on the screen at all times. the one that cannot apear to transmit (or at least not received has not got the radion icon) from the user manual it would appear that the icon should not be on all the time.
They weer working fine haowever they were going off in our pokets and now we have this problem I would imagine it is something that was pressed in our pockets rather than a fault with the radio may be.
Any help would be grately appreciated.
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
1) Check your radio to be certain it is programmed the same as the other unit. It is possible the interference eliminator code or the frequency has been changed. 2) Also, it is possible the radio is picking up RF (radio frequency wave) from another radio or device in the area. 3) Or your radio is defective.
Check your programming, reprogram if necessary. Change the radios to another frequency and code to see if you can move away from the issue.
Here is a link to the user manual, which may assist you: http://www.motorola.com/staticfiles/Business/Products/Two-Way%20Radios%20-%20Unlicensed/_Documents/XTR446/Static%20Files/XTR%20Manual%20EU.pdf?localeId=252
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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