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Press MODE to select the setting you want to change.
The normal display is replaced by the adjustable setting.
Use the + and - buttons to adjust the settings.
These are the settings you can change.
1. Main Channel (1-14)
2. Sub Channel (1-38)
3. Channel Scan (ON/OFF)
4. Sub Channel Scan (ON/OFF)
5. Button Confirmation Tone and Roger Beep ON/OFF)
6. Vox (OFF, ON LO, ON HI) (psc[communicate wxonly)
When you have proceeded through all adjustable settings, the normal display will reappear. Or, press TALK at any time to return to the normal display.
select main channel
There are 14 main channels.
To select main channels:
1. Press MODE until CHAN is displayed.
2. Press + and - keys to select the main channel. select sub channel:
Each main channel has 38 sub channels, sometimes called
CTCSS channels. Select one of these sub channels to transmit
on a channel that is free from traffic. To select sub channels:
1. Press MODE until SUB CHAN is displayed
2. Press + and - keys to select the sub channel.
Note :If you select channel "0," you will be able to receive transmissions from all the sub channels of the main channel you selected.
Hold the push to talk(PTT) button while turning the unit on, it will talk to you. press PTT to change channel, push monitor to switch to codes, press PTT to change codes. When you have the correct settings press monitor and it will confirm settings.
sounds like you need to "autoprogram" your channels. In the customer menu search for "settings" (looks like a toolbox) select that, arrow down to "channels" select that, you'll see option for "autoprogram" select that. Any channel it sees it will lock in and you shouldn't have to press numbers anymore.
Beg to differ with your friend. Those small numbers are not sub-channels but rather are Interference Eliminator Codes. The represent what code is being used by the radio to eliminate other incoming transmission not with the same code (number). There could be similar radios working on the same channel/frequency, but if they do not have the same code then neither one would hear each other. This does not make a channel "private", rather it limits what one can hear on that channel to another radio with an identical setting of the code. In some Motorola models, pressing the Menu button until the small numbers/code flashes would enable them to be changed. To change, press the+ or - keys. Pressing the MON key or setting the code to Zero would enable the radio to receive and sound off all incoming signals with or without the code.
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Your TV is set for standard broadcast.
You need to go to the set up menu and change from antenna/normal to cable mode.
In standard broadcast mode you receive off the air programs 2-13 vhf and 14-83 uhf.
In the cable you receive 2-13 and cable channels 14 -125 if the set is not too old.
When cable channels first came out some sets would just cover 14- 36 or 14- 47 or 14-66 etc.
The newer sets cover the now standard cable channels 14-125. Hope this helps you