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TK 3100, No communication, codes check out OK

I have added an additional TK-3100 2 channel radio, to the many others I use.
I have changed and confirmed the frequency and tone to match the others but, it will not communicate on either channel with any of them.
Was wondering if there is anything else I needed to do?

Thank you for you assistance.
Steve

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    Mike Michalko May 11, 2010

    are the frequencies on the same channels as the other radios. Is there a PL code set on the other radios?

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Try one of the side buttons to see if you can hear squelch noise. If so, hold it in then talk on an existing unit. If you can hear it, then the squelch code is wrong, if you still can't hear it, then the frequency is wrong or the unit is defective.


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