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Motorola Wally talkes need to be programmed model SX800R

Need programing instructions won't transmits.

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Hi David,

You will find all the information that you need in this link
http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/T5XXX_User_Manual_E.pdf , so you can program your 2 way radio.

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Maya
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Posted on May 06, 2016

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here is a link to the manual for your radio (english http://myweb.accessus.net/~090/bearcatting.html#motoman They do not give out the information of how to program it, only authorised technicians are permitted to do so. Here is the link to motorola customer support in Puerto Rico https://www.motorola.com/pr/feedback.jsp They should be able to tell you where you can get your radio programmed, and what programming is permitted in PR. Hope this helps :)

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Short of having a radio tech look at the radio, I would suggest looking at the grill and mic hole to see if there is dirt or debris blocking the hole.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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Your radios might need reprogramming. This is done by a Motorola dealer using the appropriate cable and software. The software is not available for end-users. Cost generally is $35-$40 US.

From the information you provided, it is unclear if the radios previously worked together; or if the radios are the same model number. These are facts the dealer would be able to inquire about, and it would help them determine if your radios can talk to one another.

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SOURCE: how to program a motorola gp328 vhf 2 way radio?

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SOURCE: Hi, i bought a Motorola CP200 radio and realised

Take it too radio-shack and ask the salesman to try out a frequency meter to get the freq. you can get programming help by contacting motorola direct...1-800-638-5119

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