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tk-7150 DTMF

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Hi, I need some help with the software on this unit. I have put dtmf codes in the auto dial list. I need to figure out how to set up the radio so that I can send the code when needed. I know on other radios I have setup there is a memory recall option in the key assignment, but I cant seem to find on for these. I know I can set up another channel for a pttid with the dtmf but would rather be able to access the list. Any help is appreciated!
 
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If you have your autodial list filled out, then just program a key for "Auto telephone"
Hit that key, scroll to the one you want and press PTT.
 

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Thanks for the help, but that isnt the right one. Its strange that auto dial and mem rcl arent options in the key assignment. Any other ideas?
 
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OK I tried it on my 8150 and you're right it doesn't work.This is from the help file:
"To recall the DTMF Memory items specified here, hold keypad [*] for 1 second then press [0][0] to [3][2] using an optional microphone with a DTMF keypad to select the Auto Dial Memory List/Memory number. The display shows the Memory Name or Memory Code."

So I guess a DTMF mic is required for autodial. Don't see any reference to a panel button. Learn something everyday...
 
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