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Gmrs6000-2ck one unit is fine but the other is off frequency.I would like to get asrvice manual or at least alignment procedures and test points have test equipment(freq counter dmm etc.Thanks

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    I am having the same issues. One works, the other doesn't.

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Http://safemanuals.com/ please rare me let me know if i helped.

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