Question about Motorola Mag One BPR40 Two Way Radio
You can use two small screw drivers, one on each side of the bottom of radio. Insert and lift up. Knobs have to be removed. They pull off.[can be difficult] Use a chassis removal tool[6685666D01] that can be ordered from motorola. If the repair shop sent it back unrepairable,you can try sending to motorola.[$134.00 flat rate repair] or just cut your losses. Would not invest any money because it is an inexpensive radio.
Posted on Oct 14, 2013
SOURCE: Motorola BPR40 how to clone
How To Clone a BPR40 Radio
Cloning duplicates the contents of your radio (master radio) into the new radio (slave radio). Tuning and alignment information are not affected by cloning.
Set Up the Master Radio
1. Turn off the radio.
2. Press and hold Programmable Button 1 (the top programmable button) and turn on the radio. Keep pressing the Programmable Button 1 until beep is heard twice.
3. Release Programmable Button 1. Notice the LED changes to RED
Set Up the Slave Radio
1. Turn off the radio.
2. Press and hold Programmable Button 1(the top programmable button) and turn on the radio. Keep pressing Programmable Button 1 until the beep is heard three times.
3. Release Programmable Button 1. Notice that the LED changes to GREEN
BPR40 Radio to Radio Cloning Procedures
1. Connect the cloning cable to both the Master and Slave radio.
2. Press and release Programmable Button 1 of the Slave radio.
3. Within 2 seconds Press and release Programmable Button 1 of the Master radio.
4. The LED for both radios show flashing orange during cloning.
5. Once cloning is completed, an
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
SOURCE: re: MagOne by Motorola, BPR40
None of the buttons will solve this issue.
A repeating low tone is heard when you press the PTT if your battery level is low. You may have a bad or poorly charged battery. It takes more energy to transmit than to receive, so the first place this shows up is when pressing the PTT. A quick way to check this is to swap batteries with a known good radio and see if the problem switches to the other radio.
Battery tips: Clean your battery contacts with a pencil eraser to remove the film caused by hand oil. Always charge your battery with the radio turned off. And be certain your charger is plugged into an outlet that is not connected to a light switch shutting off power. Batteries last approx. 2 years. Check your battery's date code to see its age. (3 or 4 digit number, first one-two numbers are the year, second two are the week of the year. example: 1132 would be 2011 the 32nd week)
If the above does not solve your problem, you should see your local Motorola dealer, or a nationwide repair center for more assistance. Current flat rate repair on this style unit is typically around $69.
FYI: Your buttons are likely top button = monitor/sticky monitor and the bottom button could be hi/low power, scan or one of several other features. Each button has a short and a long press option.
Posted on Aug 09, 2011
SOURCE: How do I connect Mag
The Mag One BPR40 is dealer programmable. You have two choices:
1) Reprogram your CP100s to match the new BPR40s. For this you would need to know what the dealer programmed the BPR40s to... OR
2) Take your BPR40s back to the place of purchase and request they reprogram them to match your CP100s. This should be a free service since you just purchased the BPR40s. They will need to know some settings from the CP100s to make the match.
Posted on Sep 19, 2011
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