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How do you change the frequence on the motorola spirit gt

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Here is a link to the operator's manual for the Spirit GT: http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/Spirit_GT_User_Manual_E.pdf

You will find programming instructions on pages 12-13.

Best regards.

Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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Spirit GT: Programming a Frequency to a
Selected Channel:
1. Press and hold down the Push-To-Talk
button while turning the radio on, wait for
approximately 5 seconds then release the
Push-To-Talk button.
2. Use Scroll button to select one of the 8
frequencies.
3. On a Spirit GT+, press the Monitor button.
4. The current channel will flash, press scroll
button to change channel.
5. After the second channel is selected, press Monitor button again, current
frequency for second channel will flash. Figure 16.
6. Use Scroll button to select new frequency.
Exit Programming Mode - 3 Ways
1. Press Push-To-Talk to exit completely.
2. Allow the Menu time to expire (10 seconds).
3. Press Menu button to go to code programming.

Here is a link to the user manual: http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/Spirit_GT_User_Manual_E.pdf

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How do i change the channel?


Programming a Frequency to a
Selected Channel:
1. Press and hold down the Push-To-Talk
button while turning the radio on, wait for
approximately 5 seconds then release the
Push-To-Talk button.
2. Use Scroll button to select one of the 8
frequencies. Figure 16.
3. On a Spirit GT+, press the Monitor button.
4. The current channel will flash, press scroll
button to change channel.
5. After the second channel is selected, press Monitor button again, current
frequency for second channel will flash. Figure 16.
6. Use Scroll button to select new frequency.
Exit Programming Mode - 3 Ways
1. Press Push-To-Talk to exit completely.
2. Allow the Menu time to expire (10 seconds).
3. Press Menu button to go to code programming.

Here is a link to the user manual: http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/Spirit_GT_User_Manual_E.pdf

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