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Old 02-10-2018, 9:23 PM
   
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Post Baofeng GT-3WP Question

I have now programmed about 4 channels using the key pad and the 2 meter freq. has always been on
the top in (channel) mode but now its on the bottom line, what did i do to cause this?
Next question is when i go to Freq. mode now to program a new repeater both lines have 2 meter freq.
numerals. New to the baofeng,
thanks in advance
N40RS
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With Baofeng radios, the top and bottom lines aren't locked to a specific band. You should be able to input a frequency on either one and it will switch bands automatically. Just a side note, when inputting a new frequency in VFO mode, you'll have to input it in your top display to be able to save it to your memory channels. I'd recommend using CHIRP with a programming cable to help, as manual programming can be tricky when you're new to Baofengs. Hope this helped!
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