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Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Mar 15, 2012

  • Hi, I can help.

  • You can download the manual for a Motorola T6500 here http://www.mediafire.com/?exz5py8jp1izit7 and when you get there click on "Click here to start download from MediaFire.." and the manual will download onto your PC.

  • As for how to use it you have a round knob on top that turns it on and provided the radio are on the same channel they should work.
  • The push button on the side is the PTT or Push To Talk.
  • You will get about two good miles out of them.
  • There is a place on the side towards the top for a special ear phone / mic to plug into.
  • Those are the basics of your hand held radios. If you have any other questions or comments you can feel free to leave them here and I will respond. The manual covers it all to.

  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.


Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Aug 31, 2011

I had a similar problem - my Talkabouts would not transmit - after checking the interference codes, qt, etc, it turns out the rechargeable batteries weren't able to handle the 1-watt mode. I switched to another FRS channel that only transmitted at .5 watts, and that seems to have cured the problem, but the range is probably reduced. With another set, I chucked (recycled) the rechargeables and placed 3 new AAA's in and it worked like a champ for a long time. Hope this helps

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jul 16, 2011

You do not mention which model of TalkAbout radio you have, so we will correspond in general terms. If you have the user guide, read the section describing the "interference code eliminator" or "privacy code". Most likely you have the "code" set differently between the radios. Also, if your model has a Qt filter, set it to off (zero).

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Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jul 16, 2011

In order to get the most out of your new radio, read this reference guide completely before attempting to operate the radio.

Turning the Radio On and Adjusting the Volume

1) Press and hold the key to turn the radio ON.

2) To change the volume level press the volume/monitor up or down key to increase or decrease the volume level.

3) Press and hold the key to turn the radio OFF.

Adjusting the Sound (Key Beeps)

Your radio emits a beep each time one of the keys (except for the PTT button and call key) is pressed.
The sound of the Key Beep will increase or decrease depending on the volume level setting.

To turn OFF this beep:

Press and hold the call key while turning ON the radio.

To turn ON this beep:

Turn the radio OFF and ON again.

Choosing a Channel

Your GMR325-2 radio has 22 channels you can use to talk to others. In order to speak to someone,
each of you must be set to the same channel.

To choose a channel:

Press the channel/scan up or down key to increase or decrease the channel number displayed.

Channel Scan Feature

Your GMR325-2 radio has a channel Scan feature that allows you to easily Scan all 22 channels. When an active channel is detected, the unit will pause on that channel until the channel is clear. Then after a 2 second delay, the unit will continue scanning.

Pressing PTT button while the Scan is paused on a channel will allow you to transmit on that channel.

To turn ON channel scanning:

Press and hold either the channel/scan up or down key. The channel number on the display
will rapidly cycle through the channels.

To turn OFF channel scanning:

Press either the channel/scan up or down key.

Talking on Your Radio

To talk to others using the radio:
1) Press and hold the PTT button and speak in a clear, normal voice about 2-3 inches away from the microphone.

While you are transmitting the tx icon is displayed. To avoid cutting off the first part of your transmission, pause slightly after pressing the PTT button before you start talking.

2) When you are finished speaking, release the PTT button.You can now receive incoming calls. While receiving, the rx icon is displayed.

Transmitting a Call Alert Tone

Your GMR325-2 radio is equipped with a call tone that will be transmitted when the call key is pressed.

To transmit the call alert tone, press the call key.

The tone will automatically be transmitted for a fixed length of time.

Auto Squelch Feature

The GMR325-2 is equipped with an automatic squelch system which shuts off weak transmissions
and unwanted noise due to terrain conditions or if you have reached your range limit.

Monitor Mode Feature

Your GMR325-2 radio allows you to listen for weak signals on the current channel at the press of a key.

To turn ON monitor mode:

Press and hold the volume/monitor up or down key. The rx icon will blink.

To turn OFF monitor mode:

Press the volume/monitor up or down key. The rx icon will stop blinking.

Automatic Power Save Feature

Your GMR325-2 has a unique circuit designed to dramatically extend the life of the batteries. If there is neither transmission nor an incoming call within 2 seconds, your radio switches to the Power Save mode. The radio is still able to receive transmissions in this mode.


Press and hold the call key until the "L" appears. After 1 second, the LCD will return to the channel display.
To exit Keylock on mode, press and hold call again.

Note: While in keylock on mode, it will still receive transmissions.


Roger Beep is a BEEP that is sent to notify the end of transmission.
Roger Beep can be heard through the speaker when Key Beep is on.
Roger Beep is transmitted even if key beep is turned off. However Roger Beep will not be heard from the speaker.

To turn OFF Roger Beep: Press and hold the channel/scan up Key while turning on the radio.

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jun 21, 2011

It's difficult to answer without knowing which model, I know the Marina 300 came in black and orange however a few others have also had that colour variant. To remove the keylock from the Marina 300 you PRESS AND HOLD THE MENU BUTTON UNTIL THE KEY ICON DISAPPEARS. Note: The PTT, Call and Power will remain functional when keylock is on.

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Apr 05, 2011

Search on ebay "Replacement batteries for (your walkie talkie model number)" you will find someone who has a one for sale

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Mar 05, 2011


copy this link and paste it in your url. it will show you the manual

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Feb 21, 2011

Most likely your CTCSS tone codes are not turned on on the Midland radios. The CTCSS codes are also known as "Privacy Codes" or similar.
They will be from 1 to 38. Your Midland manual will tell how to set the codes on the radios. The Motorolas usually show the selected tone code below the channel number.
Alternately, you may be able to turn off the tone code on the Motorola radio(s) by setting it to "0" or "off". Then you will not need codes turned on on any of your radios and they should all communicate fine.

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Dec 16, 2010

The user manual for the T57xx series radios is available for download directly from Motorola.
T57xx User Manual (pdf)

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Nov 25, 2010

Check that you have not set different privacy codes on the two radios. If they are different, the receiving radio will no unsquealch and you will not hear anything.

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Nov 11, 2010

Channel 4 should be 462.6375 MHz, and code 4 should be 77.0 MHz.

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Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Nov 02, 2010

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