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My kenwood TK1118 cannot do manual frequency setting. Even the "FUNCTION" button didnt do anything. I wanted to set the freq. to 462.6225MHz so that i can use it with my Motorola T5720 set

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You can press fuct and # ( St : 10 or 12.5 or 25 ) then adjust frequency like t5710

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  • fredray Jun 28, 2011

    Switch TK1118 off. Press function key, do not release, switch on, frequency is displayed, adjust frequency using keys as required. Press PTT button to confirm frequency.

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