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The "Maxon 49-SX" is a single channel transceiver that only operates on 49 MHz FM. The Maxon "49-FX" and "49-HX" operate on 5 adjustable adjustable frequencies. That radio has no channel/frequency options.
if the band assigned to the radio doesn't cover the frequencies you want then it will not happen. you need to get the software and the right programming lead. make sure the mic socket is good and clean
Mike the only suggestion I can giv you is to contact Maxon or a local dealer asn ask for replacement parts. The radio shop I work for does not carry maxon or Altronics parts. I only have Motorola and Kenwood commercial radio parts.
THE SP100G is essentially the same radio as the SP100U UHF business band unit that Maxon made at the same time, just pre-programmed for GMRS. I believe there is a programming kit for this radio (Model number: SPK400C) which may still be available for purchase from Maxon directly. Otherwise, your best bet is going to be contacting your local Maxon dealer to see if they have the capability to program he radio.
Don, this site might get you some more info into your radio. Seems it's a cousin to a GE brand. Down towards the bottom is a few links that might be what your looking for,,, http://www.qsl.net/w4xe/new_page_4.htm