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Bendix King 5102 DPH 138-174 Ham band won't RX

Right from the factory this radio would not receive in the 2 meter ham band. Is there a file I can load in through my programming cable that would fix it. I Hear there is but haven't got any for sure answers. 99 Percent positive that there is a fix wb6sub@yahoo.com

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Wb6sub, hi don't know if you have the manual for this radio or not, but if not, here is the link for it;
http://www.49ercom.com/pdfs/DPH_Program_manual.pdf
On page 15 it mentions contacting BK for the software to go with your cable.
"2.4 PROGRAMMING BY COMPUTER
Programming a radio from a computer is not covered in this manual. Contact BK Radio for the programming cable, software, and manual required".
http://bkradios.com/thumbnail.asp?offset=0&deep=2&cat_id=202
Hope this helps you out in your search, let us know,,, Mechanic

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