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Generally a constant beep is the sign of a low or bad battery. However, it is noted the TalkAbout 250 is operated with AA batteries, and it is likely you have considered this and changed batteries. You might check your battery contacts, and clean them with a pencil eraser to assure they are making good connection. Otherwise, you may have a failing radio.
Every time you press a button on the front of your radio, it beeps unless you turn
Button Beeps Off. To turn Button Beeps Off, turn your radio On while you press and
hold the minus (-). To turn Button Beeps back On, turn the radio Off and then back On again
while you press and hold the minus (-) . On is the Default setting.
The sound produced by a Motorola radio when the mike is keyed refers to the "Transmitting
Call Tone" which is another feature other than the "Interference
Eliminator" or the "Roger
On most Motorola GMRS/FRS TalkAbout radios, setting the "Call
Tone" to 0 disables the feature. This is done with the radio ON by pressing on the "Menu" button 3 times which will result in the display showing the current Call Tone setting (flashing) and the letters CA; pressing on the <- or +> buttons will change selection (you
will also hear the different Tones), select 0 (it
may be up to 5 or 10 depending on the version). Press on the "Menu" or "PTT" button to set, save and exit.
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