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Tyt MD 9600 will not program,software says yes byt radio says no.can read radio and shows it is programed.

Display shows two uhf channels no vhf. programs one vhf one uhf that is preselected frq

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Hi george - You can get the manual in sections that will tell you what you need to know plus you'll have it for reference. It's the way Radio Shack posts them. It's at this link:

http://support.radioshack.com/support_electronics/16429.htm

Or you can go to this site and send an email and they will email you the manual:

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