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My Telecom Te-157 is locked - hos Can I unlock it. I dont have tre manual

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017


The T6310 is a disposable radio. Assuming the programming is correct, and matching on each of your radios, and you are using good batteries, there is nothing which can be done to correct the problem. We would however, suggest you double check your programming, and also the age of your batteries.

Sidenote: Rechargeable batteries only last 18-24 months before they begin to fail. Signs of failure can include, but are not limited to, poor transmit, intermittent transmit, white noise, squelching sounds. It takes more energy to transmit than to receive, so your transmit would be the first to go.

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Aug 27, 2016


Go at mods.dk site, from that site you can down load by registering yourself at that site. IT is free.

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jul 11, 2016


This button is the transmit call tone button. It is intended to ring the other radios in your group, much like a phone rings. It alerts others you are preparing to talk. Here is a link to the page with the user guides. See the SX700R for the most similar to your unit.
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Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Apr 12, 2016


http://shop.giantintl.com/Manuals.asp?offset=30

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Dec 17, 2015


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Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jan 22, 2015


Only the Li-Ion batteries designed to work with the radio can be charged inside the radio. If you have Li-Ion rechargeable batteries such as those you can buy along side the
Alkalines in a store, the answer is no. This type would need to be charged in the style of charger made for recharging this brand/type of battery

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jan 08, 2015


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Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jan 06, 2015


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Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jan 05, 2015


Check your interference eliminator code. It must match on both radios.

Best regards.

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Dec 24, 2014


You might try contacting Giant Intl. 1-800-638-5119,
giantintl@callcenter.com. They produce the radio for Motorola and are able to troubleshoot over the phone or by email. I have read through the manual and did not find anything pertaining to this problem. http://shop.giantintl.com/Manuals.asp
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Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Nov 19, 2014


You do not mention the type of Motorola radio so this answer will be general. You may have a problem with your volume potentiometer, Receive (Rx) sensitivity, or a speaker problem.
The volume pot on a 2-way radio is a common failure item, and will after repeated use possibly fail, or get dead spots. Try backing off your volume to 75% and see if it is louder at this setting. If so, you have a bad volume pot.
Rx sensitivity can be caused by various internal problems with the radio,and some models are more prone to this than others. Operating your radio at full volume most of the time can bring this issue to the forefront. (Tip: Try running your radios at 80-90% volume vs. full volume to alleviate this problem.) If this is your issue, your effected radios are in need of repair. Most repair facilities (including ours) can correct Rx sensitivity in most models during a repair.
Speaker problems: If you work in an environment where dirt, debris or metal shavings can get inside the speaker, your speaker may fail over time. Or if you run your radio at full volume the majority of the time it can cause your speaker to fail.
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Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Oct 14, 2014


You might try http://wirelesspro.com, we have found them to carry most TalkAbout accessories and batteries. Before ordering battery packs, you might try switching your existing good battery to the other radio and see if it solves the problem. This would assure you that it is indeed a battery problem.

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Sep 29, 2014


You do not mention the particular model of Motorola, so this answer will be generic in nature. Some Motorola TalkAbout radios have been factory programmed with a few GMRS repeater frequencies. These channels require the use of a repeater tower, which will 'repeat' what you say over a greater distance. It is possible you have this type of radio. Check your user guide, and then set your radio to the appropriate channel for the repeater in your area.

Radio-to-radio without the use of a repeater you can expect up to 2 miles line-of-sight out of most handheld radios. This distance is reduced by obstacles such as buildings, trees, etc. inbetween the radios. It can also be reduced if you do not hold the antenna of the radio perpendicular to the ground.

Best regards.

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jun 26, 2014


read your manual about PL-codes

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jun 12, 2014


ask in a binatone forum

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jun 11, 2014


If they're not exactly the same model they may have different channel indexes. If the "oddball" is a combination FRS/GMRS or if the other 3 are, they'll have different numbering. As long as you can talk between all of them, just make note of the "right" numbers when they're working.

Motorola Walkie... | Answered on Jun 03, 2014

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