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Channel Lock How do I lock a selected channel?

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To lock the keypad on this unit do the following:

1. Press the SEL key to enter the menu mode.
2. Press the SEL key repeatedly to scroll through the menu funcions until the keylock indicator appears. (This appears as a padlock icon on the bottom left hand side of the display.)
3. Press the CHANNEL key to toggle between Keypad Lock On and Off.
4. Wait 10 seconds for the radio to automatically return to normal operation mode.

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Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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