Question about Motorola Walkie Talkies 2-Way Radio
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.
Posted on Apr 12, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fr50 beep
The Motorola TalkAbout radios, especially the FR50 and FR60, are notorious for making a variety of beeps when you push buttons and activate various functions of the radio.
The beeps can be helpful when you are trying to operate the radio in low-light situations. But they can also be mildly irritating.
Sadly most models of TalkAbout do not provide any way to disable the beeps. I'd suggest not using this particular radio for covert surveillance missions.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2008
The T4500 is a stripped down version of the TalkAbout radios, it does not offer an option to turn the Roger Beep on or off. Sorry.
Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.giantintl.com/RadioPDFs/Outdated%20Manuals/T4500_User_Manual_E.pdf
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
SOURCE: I have the motorola talkabout
I had a similar problem - my Talkabouts would not transmit - after checking the interference codes, qt, etc, it turns out the rechargeable batteries weren't able to handle the 1-watt mode. I switched to another FRS channel that only transmitted at .5 watts, and that seems to have cured the problem, but the range is probably reduced. With another set, I chucked (recycled) the rechargeables and placed 3 new AAA's in and it worked like a champ for a long time. Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 16, 2011
SOURCE: re: MagOne by Motorola, BPR40
None of the buttons will solve this issue.
A repeating low tone is heard when you press the PTT if your battery level is low. You may have a bad or poorly charged battery. It takes more energy to transmit than to receive, so the first place this shows up is when pressing the PTT. A quick way to check this is to swap batteries with a known good radio and see if the problem switches to the other radio.
Battery tips: Clean your battery contacts with a pencil eraser to remove the film caused by hand oil. Always charge your battery with the radio turned off. And be certain your charger is plugged into an outlet that is not connected to a light switch shutting off power. Batteries last approx. 2 years. Check your battery's date code to see its age. (3 or 4 digit number, first one-two numbers are the year, second two are the week of the year. example: 1132 would be 2011 the 32nd week)
If the above does not solve your problem, you should see your local Motorola dealer, or a nationwide repair center for more assistance. Current flat rate repair on this style unit is typically around $69.
FYI: Your buttons are likely top button = monitor/sticky monitor and the bottom button could be hi/low power, scan or one of several other features. Each button has a short and a long press option.
Posted on Aug 09, 2011
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