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Volume programming I use Motorola GM 340 Radio's. When I turn the volume knob down it does not turn the volume off completely. Is this possible. I have looked at the Volume programming, but did not find where and if this is possible. Regards Martin (South Africa)

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Not possible without disabling the speaker.

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Alert Tones

The Alert Tones (beeps) on the Talkabout radios are set at a fixed volume

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