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I have two t5710 Motorola´s radioone of them works well, the other one, turn on well, display works perfect, but the PTT buttom doesn´t works, the keyboard doesn´t beeping when I press the buttom, I can´t change the setting doesn´t trasmit or receive, What´s wrong with it?

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I don't know mate

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MOTOROLA GP-2000 Programming Instructions
Switching between Dealer and User Configurations

- Turn off radio
- Press PTT + Monitor Buttom and + buttons together and turn radio on
- LCD Displays PRO-CLR
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From Dealer to User

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EXITING PROGRAMMING MODE
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Once you have selected the category and wish to view its parameter, use PTT or MON to move from one parameter to another.

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