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What will i do to connect Motorola T5720 and T5728

How can i connect two model of Motorola Talkabout T5720 and T5728 in channel?

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    Patrick Patterson May 11, 2010

    Do I understand that you wish to have two different model radios communicate with each other?



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Set both the frequency and the interference eliminator code to match one another. (The big number and the small number) Here is a link to the owners manual: http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/T56XX_57XX_User%20_Manual_E.pdf

Basic instructions:
Press the Menu Button
The freq number will flash
Use the + or - button to select the frequency.
Press the PTT button to save the channel setting.

To set the code:
Press the menu button until the code starts to flash (the small number)
Press the + or - to select the code.
Press the PTT to save the code setting.

Once you have both radios matching on frequency and code, they should communicate together.

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BAGAIMANA CARA MENGUNAKAN MOTOROLA TALKABOUT T5720


Here is a link to the user guide for the Motorola TalkAbout T5720. I only could find it available in English. You will need to translate into Indonesian.

http://www.giantintl.com/RadioPDFs/Outdated%20Manuals/T56XX_57XX_User_Manual_E.pdf

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As for replacement batteries and accessories you can use the Motorola TalkAbout Accessory Store.

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Hello Ruaal,

The frequencies in the TalkAbout T5720 are not adjustable. The radio operates on the designated Family Radio Service channels located at 462 and 467 MHz. There is no way to change these channels to be at 463 and 464 MHz.

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Ken
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