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Are motorola talkabout t6210 and talkabout 200 compatable. I have the eavesdrop reducer turned off on the t6210 but the transmissions are garbled when recieved by the talkabout 200.

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Yes, they should be compatible. You are correct in shutting off your eaves drop reducer. You might also check to see you have your interference eliminator code set to zero (off). We have been unable to find a good online source for a user guide for the T200, but if memory serves, they do not have "code". Here is a link to the very similar T280 guide: http://www.giantintl.com/ContentManage/manuals/Moto/T280_User_Manual.pdf

And here is a link to the T6210 user guide http://www.giantintl.com/ContentManage/manuals/Moto/T6200_User_Manual_E.pdf

Between the two radios there should be 14 frequencies in common. If you continue to have difficulties you might check to see if your batteries are good and/or fully charged. This also can interfere with good communications.

Best regards.

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