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Help plz etech Im 101

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I can not find programming cord or software for the etech Im 101 mobile VHF radios
I'm on a fire dept and the guy that has been doing the programming on this left dept
So I need this cord and software do I can get them narrow banded we are using
Handhelds in trucks so any help would be great thanks
 
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I would suggest either finding the guy that left for that information or contacting the manufacturer. I've never heard of that brand before so can't be of any help, sorry.
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Try the following...good luck. Best thing would be to get in touch with the guy that programmed them before.

E-TECH Co., Ltd.
[Korea]
Address:
#403-902,Techno Park Complex,193, Yakdae-dong, Wonmi-gu, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do 420-734 Korea
Phone:
82-32-3283184
Contact name:
Hyewon, Shin , employee
 

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I would suggest either finding the guy that left for that information or contacting the manufacturer. I've never heard of that brand before so can't be of any help, sorry.
+1!!!!!!!!!

Track down your programming guy or the dealer you guys bought these radios from or the manufacturer.

Unfortunately, you've purchased radios that are so uncommon, I can not even find one US dealer on a Google search. That's not good at all.

Sadly, when you need some help with these radios, none of us here are able to give you a hand except to say what we've already said to you. Programmer, dealer, or manufacturer.
 

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Ok thanks guys I have Messed with all kinds and have so many radios it's not funny but this is one I can't do I was hoping someone has had one or ran it to this problem before But thanks for all of you trying


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