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How do i tell if my mtx 8000 is a type 1 or type 2?

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  • lojotech Aug 28, 2008





    i'm curious what type of mtx 8000 i have and also if i can reprogram it to work with my ht750 radio please reply to lojotech@yahoo.com





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    What is the Motorola model number of your radio?

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You can tell by the Model number. Look at the 8th character.

F = Type 1
G = Type 2
D = Dual Mode

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I have a motorola mtx 8000, and when i turn it on and push the ptt button nothing happens. when i push the other buttons they make a nose


Hi Undrae,

Here's what to do: join yahoo group specific to your radio Make/Model, the team there will assist you find a solution, plus you can download goodies for your radio, all this is free.

I hope I have been of help.

Cheers,
Peter

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