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Baofeng uv-82 memory channel select

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Greetings. Does anyone know how to directly change to a specific memory Channel? For example, if I wanted to go to a frequency stored in channel 15, would I be able to just type 15 & some other key, instead of repeatedly pressing arrows?

I can't find this answer online or in manual.

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Greetings. Does anyone know how to directly change to a specific memory Channel? For example, if I wanted to go to a frequency stored in channel 15, would I be able to just type 15 & some other key, instead of repeatedly pressing arrows?

I can't find this answer online or in manual.

Thx

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to go to 15 I believe you just type in 015

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