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motorola gr1225 repeater alignment summary

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Oct 4, 2014
Miamisburg OH
Hello all you happy people...

i am looking for a service tech that can send me or post the motorola gr1225 repeater alignment summary of a well tuned unit..

now with that said i know that each repeater will be different , however i got this repeater about a year ago and i just found out that the previous owner toyed around with the service settings.

i would like to see how far off this unit is from a well tuned unit. not to say those setting will be accurate for this unit i joust want to see how far off they are.

any help would be great!!
Mar 30, 2005
So Cali
Each and every radio does not always align or calibrate the same. That is why the radios have alignment and calibration.

First, one would need the radio's model and serial number.

Best would to have the radio aligned and calibrated and that requires test equipment and a trained tech.

What sort of 'problem are you having? I may be able to help.
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