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TK-5720 - Pager channel

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I'm new to the programming side of these radios. I have a channel coded labeled as "Pager" this is a channel that reacts to the CAP code for the department.
It opens and broadcasts when the codes are received just fine, but I am trying to get it where the channel stays open and requires it to be manually reset, or stays open for several minutes where if there is further radio traffic, the channel will still be open.

Where do I set this timer in the KPG-112DN software, or can it be set that way?

Thanks!
 
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Purely by memory here so it may be wrong...
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-2 tone
-auto reset time (seconds)

It's definitely in the 2 tone menu.
I imagine you can set it to manual reset and choose a side button but off the top of my head I can't remember. Maybe someone with a little more knowledge will chime in.
 
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Purely by memory here so it may be wrong...
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-2 tone
-auto reset time (seconds)

It's definitely in the 2 tone menu.
I imagine you can set it to manual reset and choose a side button but off the top of my head I can't remember. Maybe someone with a little more knowledge will chime in.
Thanks!

I think that did it..
 
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