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Tekk Radios Help!

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Hi all,
I am in need of some assistance...I own some Tekk NT-10 radios...They all talk to each other and work really well for what I need them for...Ok, enough with the plug lol, I need the users manual for them...I bought them off of ebay a few years ago but, ahh ebay sellers, there was no manual...they all have 8 or 16 channels depending on the unit. They are all programmed on #1 to a red dot MURS frequency, but id like to get a few more frequencies into them. I know you have to have a programming software and cable for that, but id also like to try out the "scrambling" abilities that this radio has or supposedly has...according to the information out there, I have a feeling that locating a manual through traditional methods i.e. google have failed, so now I rely on the comm. gurus out there to maybe have one they might be willing to E-mail me or something or know where I might find one. Im reluctant to do anything with them in terms of programming on them until I have more information on them. Thanks in advance all!!!

JB
 
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Wow...took a while to get a response haha! I never did get that manual, but I do still have the radios, and they still work pretty well (batteries are getting olddd!) yeah, I'd love to get at least another channel on them and well at this point batteries are becoming necessary...Thanks for the response, and if you happen to know where I could get either of the above I would appreciate it..I did figure out the scramble feature though...just gotta hold the PTT and MON when you are turning them on and it will activate the "scramble" which about sounds like someone with a mouthful of marbles talking at ya! Thanks for any info...have a good one
 
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