20 Most Recent Motorola CLS 1410 (4 Channels) 2-Way Radio Questions & Answers


Is your radio locked? Try holding in the menu button for 3 seconds and watch for the lock emblem to be open or go away. When the unit is unlocked, go back into programming mode and try the programming steps again. If it still will not allow you to walk though programming. You may have a button stuck or a tactile switch under the button the component board stuck or worn out.

Here is a link the user guide: http://www.weatherconnection.com/manuals/CLS1110.pdf Programming begins on page 28.

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Motorola CLS... | Answered on Aug 09, 2018


Here's a link to the manual https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&ved=0ahUKEwiC0sze6uLJAhVGZCYKHZXPAzsQFggzMAE&url=http%3A%2F%2Fsupport.radioshack.com%2Fsupport_electronics%2Fdoc71%2F71607.pdf&usg=AFQjCNH713XET4rJahFjWGFIU0-PFW21vA&cad=rja

Motorola CLS... | Answered on Dec 17, 2015


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Motorola CLS... | Answered on Apr 30, 2015


The radio has fixed frequencies. If you wish to remove the options, they must be done individually for each channel. Here is a link to the manual: http://www.motorolasolutions.com/web/Business/Products/Two-way%20Radios/Portable%20Radios/CLS_Series_Radios/CLS%20Series%20User%20Guide.pdf

Motorola CLS... | Answered on Feb 23, 2015


The manual can be found at:
http://www.axcesstechnologysource.com/manuals/cls_series_userguide.pdf

If you need replacements including a CLS replacement antenna, this place is great:

http://shopwiscomm.com/Motorola-CLS1110-CLS1410-C254041.aspx?sid=2181

Motorola CLS... | Answered on Dec 12, 2014


Sorry to say, there is no repair manual available for the CLS1410, nor are parts available, other than a few parts common to other radios. If you use the Motorola Repair Depot, they will replace your radio for the price of the repair (currently $116)

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Motorola CLS... | Answered on Dec 06, 2014


Might be a low battery warning. Try swapping battery.

Motorola CLS... | Answered on Apr 23, 2014


Yes, where the carry holder attaches to the radio. Pry the small plastic out and I am pretty sure there is another screw. I cannibalize a lot of these for parts because M will not sell parts. It is not designed for repair and can be hard.

Motorola CLS... | Answered on Nov 10, 2013


If you are referring to the battery door, it is the bottom half of the back of the radio. It slides down and off the radio.

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Motorola CLS... | Answered on Apr 16, 2013


Hi Mark,

I'm confused... you state phone is charged!!!!

Is this a 2-way radio or a phone? If the latter applies you need to post on the apropriate forum, this forum is for 2-way radios.

Cheers,
Peter

Motorola CLS... | Answered on Mar 10, 2013


Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.banoggle.com/Products/Motorola/manuals/CLS-series-manual.pdf

A description of programming begins on page 28. The programming of this style unit can seem like you need a third hand to accomplish. Start with the radio turned OFF. Hold the PTT (push-to-talk) and the MON (monitor) buttons in while turning on the radio. Continue to hold both buttons in until the series of beeps stops. You are then in programming mode.

If you do not get the series of beeps, you may not have one of the buttons depressed. If after several attempts you do not get into programming mode, you may have a problem with one of the buttons, or a low/defective battery.

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Motorola CLS... | Answered on Sep 19, 2012


The new radio will need to be programmed to match the old radio. Supply the dealer who sold you the new radio with your programming info, or with your old radio to clone.

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Motorola CLS... | Answered on Feb 13, 2012


Motorola CLS1410:
To talk with someone on your two-way radio, the channel (CLS1410 only), frequency, and interference eliminator code must be the same on both radios.

Entering Programming Mode
  1. Press and hold Push to Talk and MON for 3 seconds while turning the radio on. The radio beeps and displays PROG, the channel number flashes, and the frequency (indicated by FREQ) and code (indicated by CODE) display alternately.
  2. Note: If you press and release the Push to Talk button when programming CSL1410 models, you will return to the front of the Programming Mode.
Selecting a Channel (CLS1410 Only)
  1. In programming mode, press MENU until the channel number flashes and the frequency and code display alternately (this is the first setting after you enter programming mode).
  2. Press - or + to select the channel.
  3. Press and hold Push to Talk to exit programming mode, or press MENU to continue programming.
Programming the Frequency
  1. In programming mode, press MENU until FREQ displays and the frequency number flashes.
  2. Press - or + to select the frequency.
  3. Press and hold Push to Talk to exit programming mode, or press MENU to continue programming.
  4. Note: See page 39 of the manual for information on frequencies for communicating with other business radios. If you are matching your CLS Series radio to an existing Spirit GT radio, see page 45 of the manual.
Here is your manual for the Motorola CLS1410: http://support.radioshack.com/support_electronics/doc71/71607.pdf

Motorola M-Series MU22CV:
To talk to others in your group, all radios must be set to the same channel and code.

To Change Frequency and Code Settings

1-CHANNEL MODELS
  1. Hold the Push-To-Talk button down while turning the radio on (turning the On/Off Volume knob at the top of the radio). The radio announces the current frequency setting. For example, it might say, "Frequency one."
  2. Press the Push-To-Talk button to scroll through frequencies. The radio announces each frequency as you scroll. For example, it might say, "Two...three...."
  3. Release the Push-To-Talk when you've reached the desired frequency.
  4. Press the Monitor button to select and save the new frequency setting. The radio announces the current code setting. For example, it might say, "Code two nine."
  5. Press the Push-To-Talk button to scroll through the codes. The radio announces each code as you scroll. For example, it might say, "three zero...three one..."
  6. Release the Push-To-Talk button when you've reached the desired code.
  7. Press the Monitor button to select and save the new code setting. The radio beeps to indicate that it has exited programming and is ready for use.
2- AND 4-CHANNEL MODELS
  1. Turn the Channel Selector knob to Channel 1
  2. Hold the Push-To-Talk button down while turning the radio on (turning the On/Off Volume knob at the top of the radio). The radio announces the current frequency setting for that channel. For example, it might say, "Frequency one."
  3. Press the Push-To-Talk button to scroll through the frequencies. The radio announces each frequency as you scroll. For example, it might say, "Two...three...."
  4. Release the Push-To-Talk when you've reached the desired frequency.
  5. Turn the Channel Selector knob to channel 2 and repeat steps 3 and 4. For the 4-channel models, repeat to set channels 3 and 4.
  6. Press the Monitor button to select and save the new frequency setting. The radio announces the current code setting. For example, it might say, "Code two nine."
  7. Press the Push-To-Talk button to scroll through the codes. The radio announces each code as you scroll. For example, it might say, "three zero...three one..."
  8. Release the Push-To-Talk button when you've reached the desired code.
  9. Press the Monitor button to select and save the new code setting. The radio beeps to indicate that it has exited programming and is ready for use.
Here is your manual for the Motorola M-Series MU22CV: http://www.blackbox.co.uk/documents/manuals/M/MU22CV%20Manual.pdf

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Motorola CLS... | Answered on May 20, 2011

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