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I have not used or charged in a long time.
It is seldom a CP200 loses frequencies/PL code settings. It is more likely the radio has a bad battery or another issue. The only way to reprogram the radio is by taking it back to a Motorola dealer, as they are all dealer programmable only. Sorry.
Posted on Dec 29, 2011
The T5000 Talkabout radio default settings are not the same as the CP100 and CLS. The CLS and the CP100 UHF are capable of being programmed to match one another on several frequencies, however, the TalkAbout T5000 is not capable of any of them.
The Talkabout radios, as a general rule, are limited to FRS and GMRS frequencies. The CP100 and CLS are from the business and light consumer divisions. They will do most of the common 56 UHF business frequencies.
If you would like to look at the frequency charts yourself, here are some links.
Here are the frequencies possible on the T5000 http://www.fixya.com/support/p514922-motorola_talkabout_t5000_2_way_radio/manual-362/page-17
Here is a link to the CLS radio manual
Here is a link to a CP100 user manual
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
SOURCE: Motorola Radius CM 300
The CM300 is programmable using Motorola propietary software, cable and RIB (radio interface box). The software is primarily available to Motorola dealers. The easiest way to have the radio programmed is to take or send your mobile radio to a dealer. Typically programming is around $25 for this unit.
If you provide the model number, it would be possible to give you more information about your radio. It can be VHF or UHF, 25, 40 or 45 watt. You could also google the model number. The model number begins with AAM50...
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
The GM300 is dealer programmable using Motorola proprietary software, a programming cable and radio interface box (rib). (Or on some models a ribless cable). I will continue to look for a user guide pdf. If I locate one I will post it.
Posted on May 01, 2009
Your programmable buttons can be programmed to a number of options. Typically the first button is programmed to monitor and sticky monitor. If this button has been held in a long press you can clear the setting by holding it in another long press to shut it off, or by simply shutting the radio off and turning it back on.
Your second programmable button could be set for an number of features, but like the above description, simply pressing it again or shutting off the radio will turn the feature off.
When you refer to Monitor Mode, we assume your are indicating the radio is operating open squelch, with no private line code. This is when you can hear ALL transmissions on your frequency. If this does not describe the problem you are having please repost another question.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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