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The Kenwood TK-3101 are programmed through the old DOS based program and a program cord. The only way to "reset" is also through the cord. Finding both the program and cord might be difficult but i do have those and let me know if you need assistance?
The Kenwood TK-3200LU15 is the 2Watt replacment model for the TK-3101. the TK-3202 or TK-3203 are 4 watt models that can be used. Although, they have to be programmed with the frequencies and codes you are using. The TK3101 came with defualt GMRS/FRS frequencies.
If you have the schematics try to follow the voltage lines with a volt meter. If this is beyond your capabilities then I would suggest taking the radio to a service center or sending the radio to Kenwood.