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My two Midland SpeakEasy 75-509 are stuck on Channel 6. Despite this, the FRS radio does in fact work on channel 6 only.

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SOURCE: need manual for Midland 75-515 FRS Speakeashy Ultra

Howdy from South Texas and Merry Christmas;

While I did not see any radios with the model number you mentioned here is a lik to the Uder Manuals on Midlands website. http://www.midlandradio.com/owners_manuals.asp


Patrick Patterson

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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The Midland LXT328 is a FRS/GMRS radio and can communicate on 22 different frequencies. Here is a list from radio reference:

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Need manual for Midland 75-515 FRS Speakeashy Ultra


Howdy from South Texas and Merry Christmas;

While I did not see any radios with the model number you mentioned here is a lik to the Uder Manuals on Midlands website. http://www.midlandradio.com/owners_manuals.asp


Patrick Patterson

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these are FRS radios, and use only the 14 FRS channels within the GMRS band. they will not operate on the other GMRS channels in the GMRS band. FRS Channel Frequency Assignments: Channel 1: 462.5625mhz Channel 2: 462.5875mhz Channel 3: 462.6125mhz Channel 4: 462.6375mhz Channel 5: 462.6625mhz Channel 6: 462.6875mhz Channel 7: 462.7125mhz Channel 8: 467.5625mhz Channel 9: 467.5875mhz Channel 10: 467.6125mhz Channel 11: 467.6375mhz Channel 12: 467.6625mhz Channel 13: 467.6875mhz Channel 14: 467.7125mhz

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