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INTRODUCTIONThank you for purchasing this KENWOOD Private MobileRadio 446 (PMR446). This KENWOOD product is a precisiondevice. Treat it with care, and you will enjoy years of reliableoperation.PMR446 refers to personal short range Private Mobile Radiosfor family and friends to keep in touch without the need for alicence, radio knowledge, or monthly charges. YourKENWOOD PMR446 is called a “transceiver”, meaningtransmitter and receiver.You can choose from eight preset channels to communicatewith others. For your convenience, Automatic Squelch quietsyour transceiver when you are not receiving calls and GroupMode keeps your transceiver quiet except for calls you want tohear. For your privacy, Secret Mode encrypts your messagesso you can talk with your group members without havingothers listen in on your conversation.Your transceiver provides safety and convenience almostanywhere. The talk range depends on your location; you’ll getmaximum distance of up to approximately 3.2 km (2 miles) inopen areas, less in buildings and vehicles.Information KENWOOD is on the web: http://www.kenwood.com/SUPPLIED ACCESSORIESCarefully unpack the transceiver. Make sure the followingitems are included in your kit before discarding the packingmaterial: Transceiver Belt clip Instruction manual Warranty card1UBZ-LJ8 E 01-28102.11.20, 9:44 AM

PRECAUTIONS Refer service to qualified technicians only. Do not modify orattempt to adjust the transceiver for any reason. Do not expose the transceiver to long periods of directsunlight, nor place it close to heating appliances. Do not place the transceiver in excessively dusty, humid, and/or wet areas, nor on unstable surfaces. Avoid extremes in exposure to weather, heat, and cold. Thistransceiver can be used in mild weather conditions, but it is notwaterproof. Turn OFF your transceiver while taking on fuel or while parkedin gasoline service stations. Do not operate your transceiver or charge your battery pack inan explosive atmosphere (gases, dust, fumes, etc.). If an abnormal odor or smoke is detected coming from thetransceiver, immediately switch OFF the power and removethe batteries. Contact your KENWOOD dealer.2UBZ-LJ8 E 01-28202.11.20, 9:44 AM

ORIENTATIONAntennaVOL controlDisplayPTT switchSP/MIC jacks keyPower switch keykeyMicrophoneSpeakerCONTROL FUNCTIONSPTT (Push-to Talk) switch: Press this switch then speak intothe microphone to make a call. Release the switch to receive. key: Press to increase the channel or group modenumber, and to turn selected functions ON or OFF. key: Press to decrease the channel or group modenumber, and to turn selected functions ON or OFF.VOL control: Rotate to adjust the volume level.Power switch: Press and hold to turn the transceiver powerON or OFF. With the power ON, press momentarily to enterthe Loud Function setting.key: Press momentarily to enter the Group Mode setting.Press momentarily again to enter the Secret Mode setting.Press a third time to return to normal. Press and hold to lockthe transceiver controls.3UBZ-LJ8 E 01-28302.11.20, 9:44 AM

DISPLAYAppears when the transceiver controls have been locked(page 20).Displays the remaining battery power (page 13).Appears when the Secret Mode has been activated(page 11).appears and blinks when Secret Mode can be turnedON or OFF (page 11).Appears when the Auto Power Off function has beenactivated (page 14).Appears while scanning (page 14).Appears while the VOX function is in use (page 16).Appears while transmitting.Appears while receiving a signal or while the squelch isdeactivated (page 19).Appears when the internal audio amplifier has beenactivated (page 22).Appears while setting the beep function ON or OFF(page 12).Displays the current channel number (1 to 8).Displays the current Group Mode number (1 to 38) orOFF (“OF”) (page 10).appears and blinks when the Group Mode number canbe selected (page 10).4UBZ-LJ8 E 01-28402.11.20, 9:44 AM

PREPARATIONINSTALLING/ REMOVING BATTERIESThis transceiver requires 3 LR6 (AA) batteries. Use highquality alkaline batteries to enjoy longer periods of battery life.You can also use an optional UPB-1 NiCd battery pack. Whenusing an optional battery pack, be sure to set the batteryindicator type to battery pack, from its default setting ofalkaline batteries. Refer to page 13 for details on how to setthe indicator type.Average alkaline battery life: 24 hoursAverage battery pack life: 12 hoursAverage times are calculated using 10% transmit time, 10%receive time, and 80% standby timeNote: Before installing/ removing batteries, you must rotate theantenna out of the way (page 6).1Release the battery cover lock, then slide the cover awayfrom the transceiver.Battery coverLock2Insert (or remove) 3 LR6 (AA) batteries or the optionalUPB-1 NiCd battery pack. Mate the battery polarities with those marked on thebattery compartment. When removing the battery pack, pull on the ribbon that isattached to the pack to dislodge the pack from the batterycompartment.5UBZ-LJ8 E 01-28502.11.20, 9:44 AM

Battery installationBattery pack installationLabelContactsRibbon3Align the battery cover tabs with the slots on thetransceiver, hold the cover in place, then latch it with thebattery cover lock.Note: Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of different types. When you do not use the transceiver for an extended period oftime, remove the batteries from the transceiver.SETTING THE ANTENNABefore using the transceiver, be sure to raise the antenna.6UBZ-LJ8 E 01-28602.11.20, 9:44 AM

INSTALLING/ REMOVING THE BELT CLIP1To install the belt clip, align the clip with the guides on therear of the transceiver, then slide the belt clip up until itlatches in place.2To remove the belt clip, press the locking latch in thenslide the belt clip down before pulling it away from thetransceiver.Locking latch7UBZ-LJ8 E 01-28702.11.20, 9:44 AM

INSTALLING/ REMOVING OPTIONAL ACCESSORIESNote: Always switch OFF the transceiver power when installing orremoving the optional accessories.The following accessories can be used with this transceiver: EMC-3 Clip Microphone and Earphone HMC-3 VOX/PTT Headset KHS-21 Headset SMC-32 Speaker-Microphone SMC-33 Speaker-Microphone SMC-34 Speaker-MicrophoneTo install these accessories:1Open the SP/MIC tabs on the side of the transceiver.2Insert the accessory’s plugs into the SP/MIC jacks.3When you remove the accessory from the transceiver, besure to cover the SP/MIC jacks with the attached tabs inorder to keep dust and dirt away from the contacts.Note: Refer to the accessory instruction manuals for detailedinstructions on each of the accessories. The transceiver is not water resistant while using accessories.8UBZ-LJ8 E 01-28802.11.20, 9:44 AM

GETTING STARTEDq Switch the Power ON by pressing andholding the switch for approximately1 second. A confirmation tone sounds.To switch the transceiver power OFF,press and hold the switch again for1 second.w Adjust the Volume by rotating the VOLcontrol. Clockwise increases the volume andcounterclockwise decreases the volume.e Select a Channel from 1 to 8 by pressingthe and keys. A confirmation tone sounds each time youpress a key. When you receive a call on your selectedchannel, you will hear audio from thespeaker and the busy icon will appear. To use a Group Mode number, refer to“GROUP MODE” on page 10.r Make a Call:1Press and hold the PTT switch, thenspeak into the microphone to transmit. The transmit icon will appear. For best sound quality, speak into themicrophone in your normal speakingvoice while holding the microphoneapproximately 3 to 4 cm (1.5 inches)from your lips.2Release the PTT switch when youhave finished speaking.9UBZ-LJ8 E 01-28902.11.20, 9:44 AM

GROUP MODEGroup Mode is a function which allows you to reject signalsfrom undesired parties that are using the same channel asyou. You will hear audio from the speaker only when youreceive a signal that matches your Group Mode number.Likewise, when you transmit on a channel set up with a GroupMode number, the receiving station must have a matchingGroup Mode number in order to hear your call.You can select a Group Mode number from 1 to 38 (or OFF).After changing your Group Mode number, confirm that theother members in your group have selected the same number.1Press thekey. The current setting appears with aflashing arrow.2Press the or key to select yourdesired value. The values range from 1 to 38. “OF”means you have selected no Group Modenumber. Refer to page 27 for the actualGroup Mode numbers.3Press thesetting.key two times to confirm the10UBZ-LJ8 E 01-281002.11.20, 9:44 AM

SECRET MODEWhereas the Group Mode function (page 10) allows you toignore unwanted calls, Secret Mode allows you to hold aconversation in complete privacy. When activated, any otherparty listening in on your channel will be unable to understandyour conversation. The transceiver scrambles your voice sothat anybody listening in on your conversation will not be ableto understand what you are saying.In order for members of your own group to understand yourcall while you are using Secret Mode, all other members mustalso activate Secret Mode on their transceivers. Thisscrambles everybody’s voice while transmitting andunscrambles the voice message on your own transceiverwhen you receive the message.Note: In order to enter Secret Mode, you must also select a GroupMode number. If you have not selected a Group Mode number, do sobefore following the instructions given below.1Press thekey two times. The privacy icon appears with a flashingarrow.2Press the or key to turn Secret ModeON or OFF. An image appears in the privacy boxwhen Secret Mode is ON.3Press thesetting.key again to confirm the11UBZ-LJ8 E 01-281102.11.20, 9:44 AM

MENU SETTINGSYour transceiver has a hidden setting menu which allows youto adjust a variety of features to your desired settings. Toenter Menu Setting:1Press and hold the key while turning the transceiverpower ON.2To view the various settings, press the or key.Following are a list of the settings available: Beep: ON/ OFFBattery Type: Alkaline Batteries/ UPB-1 Battery PackAPO (Auto Power Off): ON/ OFFAuto Channel Select: Remove/ AddVOX (Voice Activated Control) Gain Level: OFF/ 1/ 2/ 3VOX Delay Time (Only available when VOX Gain Level isnot OFF. Refer to page 17.): 0.5/ 1.0/ 2.0/ 3.0 seconds Calling Alert Tone: 1 10 Squelch: ON/ OFF3Refer to the appropriate sections below for details ofadjusting each setting.BEEP TONESYou can turn the transceiver beep tones ON or OFF, asdesired.1Enter the Menu Settings (above) andpress the or key until you reach the“BEEP” display.2key to turn the beep tonesPress theON ( ) or OFF ( ).12UBZ-LJ8 E 01-281202.11.20, 9:44 AM

3Press the PTT switch or turn thetransceiver power OFF to confirm yoursetting.BATTERY INDICATOR/ BATTERY TYPEThe battery indicator on the display lets you know approximately how much battery life is remaining. When the batteryvoltage becomes too low while transmitting, the transceiverstops transmitting and a tone sounds until you release thePTT switch. Recharge or replace the battery pack at this time.High battery powerMedium battery powerLow battery powerTime to replace the batteries or recharge the battery packDepending on the type of batteries you are using in thetransceiver, adjust the battery type to match. The batteryindicator can only accurately read out the remaining batterypower if this value is set correctly. An incorrect setting willresult in an inaccurate battery power readout on the display.1Enter the Menu Settings (page 12) andpress the or key until you reach the“ ” display.2Press thekey to set the value toalkaline batteries ( ) or to the optionalUPB-1 battery pack ( ). You must set this menu each time thebattery type is changed.3Press the PTT switch or turn thetransceiver power OFF to confirm yoursetting.13UBZ-LJ8 E 01-281302.11.20, 9:44 AM

AUTO POWER OFF (APO)Auto Power Off is useful when you unintentionally leave thetransceiver power ON. This function saves battery consumption. After two hours elapse with no controls adjusted oractivated and no calls received, APO turns the transceiverpower OFF. One minute before power is turned OFF, awarning tone sounds (even if the beep tone has been turnedOFF).1Enter the Menu Settings (page 12) andpress the or key until you reach the“APO” display.2key to turn the Auto PowerPress theOff function ON ( ) or OFF ( ).3Press the PTT switch or turn thetransceiver power OFF to confirm yoursetting. If you have turned the APO function ON,the APO icon appears on the display.AUTO CHANNEL SELECTAuto Channel Select allows you to scan the transceiverchannels to search for a signal. When the transceiver verifiesa signal on a channel, it proceeds to check whether or not itsGroup Mode number matches that which is set up on yourtransceiver. (Auto Channel Select will not operate if no GroupMode number is selected.) If the Group Mode numbermatches, the transceiver stops at the channel and opens thesquelch so you can listen to the call. If the Group Modenumber does not match, the call is ignored and scanningcontinues.14UBZ-LJ8 E 01-281402.11.20, 9:44 AM

Before you can use the Auto Channel Select function, ensurethat it is activated. You can add or remove this function to/from your transceiver using the Menu Settings:1Enter the Menu Settings (page 12) andpress the or key until you reach the“SCAN” display.2key to remove Auto ChannelPress theSelect from your transceiver ( ) or add itto your transceiver ( ).3Press the PTT switch or turn thetransceiver power OFF to confirm yoursetting.When you have added Auto Channel Select to yourtransceiver, you can then operate scan while using thetransceiver. To begin scanning:1Press and hold the key forapproximately 1 second. The SCAN icon appears on the display.2When a signal is detected and the GroupMode number matches, the channelnumber blinks.3When the signal is no longer present, thetransceiver waits for 10 seconds beforescanning continues. If a new signal appears before the10 seconds elapse, the transceiver willremain on the channel until the newsignal is no longer present.15UBZ-LJ8 E 01-281502.11.20, 9:44 AM

4To end the scan at any time, press the , , orkey.VOICE ACTIVATED CONTROL (VOX)Using the VOX feature, you can operate the transceiverhands-free. For best operating conditions, we recommendyou use an optional headset with both an ear piece and amicrophone on a boom that rests in front of your mouth.With VOX activated, your voice level will determine when thetransceiver transmits. Because of this, you must take carethat the ambient noise around you is not so loud that it causesthe transceiver to transmit. Due to the automatic switchingbetween transmission and reception, we recommend you setthe VOX gain such that it will not activate transmission whenin an area with excessive ambient noise.Before VOX will operate, you must set a VOX Gain Level:1Enter the Menu Settings (page 12) andpress the or key until you reach the“VOX” display.2key to set the VOX GainPress theLevel ( ) from 1 to 3, where 3 is the mostsensitive setting, or OFF ( ).3Press the PTT switch or turn thetransceiver power OFF to confirm yoursetting. If you have turned the VOX function ONby selecting a VOX Gain Level other thanOFF ( ), the VOX icon appears on thedisplay.16UBZ-LJ8 E 01-281602.11.20, 9:44 AM

When operating VOX, if you find that the transceiver returnsto receive mode too quickly after you stop speaking, the endof your message may not be transmitted. To avoid this, selectan appropriate delay time to allow your entire message to betransmitted. However, do not make the delay overly long.1Enter the Menu Settings (page 12) andpress the or key until you reach the” display.“VOX This menu is only available if the VOXGain Level has been set to any valueother than OFF ( ).2Press thekey to set the VOX DelayTime ( ) from 0.5 to 3.0 seconds.3Press the PTT switch or turn thetransceiver power OFF to confirm yoursetting.When you have activated the VOX function and selected anappropriate Gain Level and Delay Time, you can then operatethe transceiver hands-free. To use VOX:1To transmit, simply speak into the headset microphone. You do not need to press the PTT switch; the transceiverautomatically detects your voice and begins transmitting.2To stop transmitting, stop speaking. Transmission will continue momentarily after you stopspeaking. You can select the delay time as describedabove.3To exit VOX operation, set the VOX gain level (page 16) toOFF ( ).17UBZ-LJ8 E 01-281702.11.20, 9:44 AM

CALLING ALERT TONESCalling Alert Tones are used to identify yourself to your partymembers. You can set up a Calling Alert Tone to one of tentypes. If each party member uses a different tone, it is easy toknow who is making the call. To select your Calling AlertTone:1Enter the Menu Settings (page 12) andpress the or key until you reach the“ ” (Calling Tone) display.2Press thekey. The current Calling Alert Tone numberblinks and the Calling Alert Tone sounds.3Press the or key to select yourdesired Calling Alert Tone, from 1 to 10. The selected Calling Alert Tone soundseach time you press the or key.4Press the PTT switch or turn thetransceiver power OFF to confirm yoursetting.To use the Calling Alert Tone:1Press the PTT switch to transmit, as normal.2Before speaking into the microphone, momentarily pressthe key. Your Calling Alert Tone is transmitted to your party members.3Continue your call as normal.18UBZ-LJ8 E 01-281802.11.20, 9:44 AM

SQUELCHWhen no signals are present, the squelch on the transceiverautomatically mutes the speaker so you will not hearbackground noise. You can however, deactivate the squelch.This feature is useful for a variety of reasons: It allows you to confirm the channel activity so that youdon’t make a call while another party is using the samechannel. It allows you to adjust the volume level without having towait for a call. When receiving a call that is intermittent due to a weaksignal, disabling the squelch will allow you to listen to thecall without it continuously cutting out.1Enter the Menu Settings (page 12) andpress the or key until you reach the“ ” (Squelch) display.2Press thekey to turn the squelchfunction ON ( ) or OFF ( ).3Press the PTT switch to confirm yoursetting. If you have turned the squelch functionOFF, the busy icon appears on thedisplay.Note: Turning the transceiver power OFF will reset the squelch to itsdefault setting. When the transceiver is turned back ON, squelch isalso automatically turned ON.19UBZ-LJ8 E 01-281902.11.20, 9:44 AM

OPERATING FEATURESKEY LOCKYou can lock the , , andkeys to prevent accidentallychanging the channel and channel settings. Additionally,while the transceiver is locked, you cannot enter the MenuSettings (page 12).key for 1 second toPress and hold thelock or unlock the transceiver keys. Theicon appears on the display when thetransceiver keys are locked. No icon appearswhen they are unlocked.While the key lock function is active, you canstill perform the following functions: Power ON/OFF Volume adjustment Receive/ transmit Monitor Calling Alert Tones Full resetLAMPThe lamp is used to illuminate the Liquid Crystal Display.Each time a key is pressed (other than the PTT switch or theVOL control), the lamp turns ON and remains on for5 seconds. If you press a key while the lamp is already on,the lamp timer will reset the 5 second countdown.Note: There is no key to turn the lamp OFF. It will turn OFFautomatically.20UBZ-LJ8 E 01-282002.11.20, 9:44 AM

TRANSMIT POWER SAVERThe purpose of the Transmit Power Saver is to prevent youfrom transmitting continuously for a long time. This function isuseful, for example, when you accidentally keep the PTTswitch pressed.If you continuously transmit for 3 minutes, the transceiver willstop transmitting and a tone will sound. To stop the tone,release the PTT switch. You can press the PTT switch againto resume transmitting. The 3 minute timer cannot beadjusted.This transceiver is also equipped with a visualwarning, 30 seconds before the TransmitPower Saver time expires, and a pre-alerttone which sounds 10 seconds before thetime expires. This will allow you to finish yourmessage before the transceiver automaticallystops transmitting. Thirty seconds before thetime expires, the number 30 will appear andblink on the display in place of your GroupMode number. Ten seconds before the timeexpires, a tone will sound.BATTERY SAVERThis transceiver has been designed to give you the most outof your battery power. The battery saver decreases theamount of power used when a signal is not being receivedand no operations are being performed.While using the transceiver, the battery saver willautomatically switch ON after 5 seconds have elapsed with nooperations or received calls. Operating the transceiver orreceiving a call will switch the feature OFF until 5 seconds ofnon-operation occurs again.21UBZ-LJ8 E 01-282102.11.20, 9:44 AM

LOUDNESSThis transceiver has a built in booster amplifier. You cancontrol the volume level by rotating the VOL control.However, if you are in an environment with excessive ambientnoise, you may find that it is difficult to hear the audio from thetransceiver, even with the volume increased to its maximumvalue. In such a case, you can switch the internal boosteramplifier ON to further increase the volume level.switch to enter1Momentarily press thethe Loudness setting.2Press the or key to turn the boosteramplifier ON ( ) or OFF ( ).3Press the switch or theconfirm your setting.key to If you have turned the booster amplifierfunction ON, the LOUD icon appears onthe display.Note: The Loudness function will not operate if you are using anoptional speaker-microphone. The booster amplifier uses more battery power. Thus, whileusing the Loudness function, the battery life will become shorter.22UBZ-LJ8 E 01-282202.11.20, 9:44 AM

RESETTING THE TRANSCEIVERAt some point in time, you may desire to reset the transceiversettings to their default values. The default values of all themenus and channel settings are listed in the table below. Toreset the transceiver:1Turn the transceiver power OFF.2Press and hold the and keys whileturning the transceiver power ON. 3appears on the display. (“LJ8” is thetransceiver model name.)Release the keys to reset the transceiver.Menu NameAvailable SettingsGroup Mode NumberOFF/ 1 38Default Ref.Setting PageOFF10Secret ModeOFF/ ONOFF11LoudnessOFF/ ONOFF22Beep ToneOFF/ ONOFF12Battery Indicator/Battery TypeAlkaline/ Battery Pack Alkaline13Auto Power Off (APO)OFF/ ON14Auto Channel SelectRemove/ AddVOX Gain LevelOFF/ 1/ 2/ 3VOX Delay Time0.5/ 1.0/ 2.0/ 3.0secondsCalling Alert Tones1 10SquelchON/ OFFOFFRemove 14OFF160.516seconds118ON1923UBZ-LJ8 E 01-282302.11.20, 9:44 AM

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIESSENS.PTTVOXPTTEMC-3 Clip Microphoneand EarphoneHMC-3 VOX/PTTHeadsetKHS-21 HeadsetVOLUMEMINSMC-32 SpeakerMicrophoneSMC-33 SpeakerMicrophoneSMC-34 SpeakerMicrophone12CHARGING(RED)UBC-4 BatterychargerUBC-2 TwinchargerUPB-1RechargableNiCd battery packUSC-3Carrying case24UBZ-LJ8 E 01-282402.11.20, 9:44 AM

SMC-34 SPEAKER-MICROPHONEThe SMC-34 speaker-microphone provides you with thefollowing additional functions and features. Remote VOLUME control. Remote PTT switch. Remote speaker-microphone.1Key 3Key 2Key 123VOLUMEPTT switchMINVOLUMEcontrolSpeaker/microphoneRotatable clipKLOC ONLOCK switchEarphone jackMONITORMonitor operates similar to the transceiver’s squelch function,but can be used momentarily, at short notice.To open the squelch for the channel you are listening to, pressand hold key 1 on the microphone. While you are pressing this key, squelch remains open.Release this key to close the squelch again.ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS In the Menu Setup, you can use microphone keys 2 and 3 inplace of the transceiver and keys, respectively. Pressing key 2 will cause the lamp to turn ON. Pressing and holding key 2 will activate scan. Pressing key 2 momentarily will end scan. Pressing key 3 will transmit your Calling Alert Tone, even if youdo not first press and hold the PTT switch.25UBZ-LJ8 E 01-282502.11.20, 9:44 AM

SPECIFICATIONSTRANSCEIVER SPECIFICATIONSRF Output Power500 mWFrequency Stability 4 ppmOperating Voltage3.4 V 5.0 V DCDimensions (projectionsnot included)56 x 26 x 100 mm(2 13/64 x 1 1/64 x 3 15/16 in)Weight (with 3 LR6 (AA)batteries)180 g (6.3 oz)CHANNEL FREQUENCY CHARTChannel NumberTransmit/ Receive Frequency1446.00625 MHz2446.01875 MHz3446.03125 MHz4446.04375 MHz5446.05625 MHz6446.06875 MHz7446.08125 MHz8446.09375 MHz26UBZ-LJ8 E 01-282602.11.20, 9:44 AM

GROUP MODE NUMBERSDisplay Group Mode Display Group Mode Display Group ModeNumber Frequency Number Frequency Number FrequencyOFOFF13103.5 Hz26162.2 Hz167.0 Hz14107.2 Hz27167.9 Hz271.9 Hz15110.9 Hz28173.8 Hz374.4 Hz16114.8 Hz29179.9 Hz477.0 Hz17118.8 Hz30186.2 Hz579.7 Hz18123.0 Hz31192.8 Hz682.5 Hz19127.3 Hz32203.5 Hz785.4 Hz20131.8 Hz33210.7 Hz888.5 Hz21136.5 Hz34218.1 Hz991.5 Hz22141.3 Hz35225.7 Hz1094.8 Hz23146.2 Hz36233.6 Hz1197.4 Hz24151.4 Hz37241.8 Hz12100.0 Hz25156.7 Hz38250.3 HzTK-3101 / UBZ-LJ8 COMPATIBILITIESTK-3101 Default SettingsChannel 1Channel 6Channel 3Channel 5Channel 8Channel 12Channel 7Channel 10UBZ-LJ8 Compatible SettingsChannel 1, Group Mode 10Channel 2, Group Mode 18Channel 3, Group Mode 13Channel 4, Group Mode 17Channel 5, Group Mode 7Channel 6, Group Mode 6Channel 7, Group Mode 19Channel 8, Group Mode 1527UBZ-LJ8 E 01-282702.11.20, 9:44 AM

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDEProblemSolutionCannot turn thetransceiver powerON. The batteries or battery pack maybe dead. Replace the batteries orrecharge or replace the battery pack. The batteries may not be installedcorrectly. Remove the batteriesand install them again. The battery pack life is finished.Replace it.Battery powerdies shortly aftercharging.Cannot talk to orhear othermembers in yourgroup. Make sure you are using the samechannel and Group Mode numberas your group members. Other group members may beusing Secret Mode. Turn on yourtransceiver’s Secret Mode. Other group members may be toofar away. Make sure you arewithin range of the othertransceivers. Change the Group Mode number.Make sure all group memberschange their transceivers to matchthe new Group Mode number.Other voices(besides groupmembers’) arepresent on thechannel.The transceiver ismalfunctioni

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