Question about Audiovox 2-Way 14 channel FRS Family Radio Walkie Talkie 2 Mile Radios

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Need Frequency List

Hello all,

Just wanted to ask if you could give me the 14 channels in MHz.

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CHANNEL FREQUENCY 01 462.5625 02 462.5875 03 462.6125 04 462.6375 05 462.6625 06 462.6875 07 462.7125 08 467.5625 09 467.5875 10 467.6125 11 467.6375 12 467.6625 13 467.6875 14 467.7125

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    Are u on the wrong channel?

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