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Fr50 beep How do you stop the fr50 from beeping every time you press a button?

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  • rsm61344 Oct 28, 2008

    I have the roger beep after I press the call or transmit button. I have 2 of these and only 1 does it. I can not figure out how to fix it. I seem to think that you turn it off, hold down some button and turn it back on but am not sure. Please advise.



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Hi,

Sorry but on this model, you cannot.

Kind regards.

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The Motorola TalkAbout radios, especially the FR50 and FR60, are notorious for making a variety of beeps when you push buttons and activate various functions of the radio.

The beeps can be helpful when you are trying to operate the radio in low-light situations. But they can also be mildly irritating.

Sadly most models of TalkAbout do not provide any way to disable the beeps. I'd suggest not using this particular radio for covert surveillance missions.

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