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I need to fix the frequency to match my other motorola XTN series radio model #XV2600 to my new motorola RDM2070d radio

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Here is a link to the CP100 user manual, it is the sister radioI need to fix the frequency to match my other - 2.gif to the XTN, and programs the same way. http://www.thekidshuttle.com/ABC%20Docs/CP100_Manual.pdf
Refer to the bottom of page 20 to get started programming2.gif.

Basically you hold in the PTT and the MON button while turning the radio on. Continue to hold them in until it stops making noise. This puts you in programming mode, and you can use the menu button and the + and - to walk you through reprogramming the radio.

We do not know specifically how your RDM2070d radio is programmed. You would need to know this to program your XTN to match. However, a good educated guess would be to start with Blue dot and Green dot frequencies off of the frequency chart in the user manual listed above. An educated guess on the code setting would be "zero" or "off".

Your radio dealer who supplied the RDM2070d radios to your corporation should be able to tell you the exact frequency and code; or read-out the radio.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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