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My children have found a couple of Digitech DC1005 walkie talkies. They are working as we;ve installed new batteries but have no idea how to get them started. Do you have a manual available?

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  • munch642 Sep 03, 2010

    Thanks for the info. I think santa might have to bring some new ones.

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The button on the left, front case, starts it. The 2 buttons on the right, front case, selects the channel. The other 2 buttons selects the mode - make sure that both are on the same channel and same mode. To speak just press the big button on the side.
If the unit doesn't starts then it's defective - the reason it was thrown away.

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