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I have 4 radios. Initially they all worked together. Now , een on the ame frequency , they do not all pick up the signal? Any ideas why?

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  • charlin123 Nov 11, 2010

    I should have added that the pricacy codes are all set the same also. Every setting is exactly the same yet only two of the radios work together.

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These are FRS/GMRS radios. You may have different privacy codes set on the radios. If a receiving radio has a different privacy code than a transmitting radio, you will not hear the transmission. This allows many people to share the 22 channels, but only hear transmission from their party.

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