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Motorola CM200 repeater build

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I have two Motorola CM200's and trying to setup a repeater between both.
I have: https://www.amazon.com/Generic-gsd-...78021378&sr=8-1&keywords=pm400+repeater+cable

Can anyone please help me to know what to set within the program to get these to work? I tried setting pin 8 to PL/CSQ Talkgroup Detect with low and debounce but I do not see a Pin 2 or Pin 11. only pin3,4,6,8,9,12,14. I have the Accessory Package set to Default. Do I need to change this? I appreciate any and all help as I am new to this. Thanks

Edit: I am now able to get it to work but no audio is being carried.
 
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I should note, this will make the radios CROSSBAND. I apologize for leaving that out. Just program one of the radios pin 8 for the one you want to transmit.
 
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Currently I have pin 8 programmed to PL/CSQ Talkgroup Detect on both radios. I need to clear it from the Receive radio?
Are there any other changes i need to make?
Do I need to add any wires or make any changes to the interface cable since I am unable to program pins 2 and 11?
It is keying up properly and such its just not carrying the audio across from the Receive radio to the Transmit radio.
Thanks N1GTL
 
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In a crossband using a Motorola RICK controller, set pin 8 on one radio and 14 on the other for pl/ctcss cor out.

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