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You punched the wrong radio code how can you reset and be able to put the correct one for a second try?


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2006-04-12 06:03:19
2006-04-12 06:03:19

try disconnecting th battery and trying again The way to get back into your radio to set the correct code is:- press and hold the band button until the wrong number dissapears and "code" is displayed then enter the correct code to unlock the radio. what is the code???????????????????????


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