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Old 07-29-2008, 9:34 PM
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Default Yaesu FT-60R - Removing Memory from Memory Bank

Anybody know how I can remove a memory from a memory bank yet still retain the physical memory in the "no bank" area?

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funny you should ask, I ask someone about that the other day, he said I couldnt remove them but I could move them around, I bought an FT60 at a hamfest a week ago in a different area, I need to do the same thing, there is a way you can completely reset the radio, its in the manual, let me know if you learn anything, Im curious myself
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Per the manual's table of contents: Page 32 - "Deleting Memories"
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Per the manual's table of contents: Page 32 - "Deleting Memories"
I know that, I have this memory duplicated in two banks. I want to rid this memory from one bank yet retain it in the other, so I can't physically delete the memory.
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I know that, I have this memory duplicated in two banks. I want to rid this memory from one bank yet retain it in the other, so I can't physically delete the memory.
Do you have the programming cable? If so, go to http://www.kc8unj.com and download FT60 commander software. Makes it sooo very simple. Don't have the FT60 anymore, or, I would look it up in the manual. It tells how in the memory bank section though.
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Anybody know how I can remove a memory from a memory bank yet still retain the physical memory in the "no bank" area?

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Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but I figured out the answer to this question. The way you remove a channel from a memory bank on the FT-60R is add it to the same bank again. In other words, the steps to add a channel to a memory bank is a toggle. Do it once and the channel's in, do it again and the channel is out.

NOTE: You have to be in the memory bank that contains the channels you want to delete. So, if you wanted to remove a channel from memory bank 2, you have to be in memory bank mode and in memory bank 2 in order to remove channels.

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Anybody have an experience with FT-60 Commander?

For some reason, the program won't write to my radio even though I'm following the directions. It downloaded all the memories just fine though...
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Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but I figured out the answer to this question. The way you remove a channel from a memory bank on the FT-60R is add it to the same bank again. In other words, the steps to add a channel to a memory bank is a toggle. Do it once and the channel's in, do it again and the channel is out.

NOTE: You have to be in the memory bank that contains the channels you want to delete. So, if you wanted to remove a channel from memory bank 2, you have to be in memory bank mode and in memory bank 2 in order to remove channels.
Man o Man..... I must have worked with this for over an hour trying to figure it out.... Did a search and saw this, tried it and presto.... Thanks for the info, even if this is an old thread.
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