Question about Radio Communications
I couldn't locate a manual for you, but this vintage 10-channel unit is fairly simple to operate.
Start by turning the unit on with the POWER button.
Push the MANUAL button.
Push MANUAL until you see the Channel you want to enter the frequency in -i.e: Ch 1, Ch 2, etc.
Enter the frequency with all the digits needed - i.e: 44.94 / 44.98 / 154.965 / 155.610 etc
Push the ENTER button. The frequency will now be in the Channel "Ch" you chose.
While still in the manual mode - go the the channel you expect to listen to most - then push "DELAY/HOLD". This will hold the scan so you will get the reply from the dispatch unit to the receiving unit.You can set this feature on any or all of the ten channels.
Push the "LOCK" button to lock out channels you no longer want to listen to, or that you want to ignore temporarily.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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