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I need to recover my ESN NUMBER I recently programmed a Harris 7100ip radio and while writing a new DSP to it I screwed up and out the wrong feature string days in it I plan on contacting Harris TAC. But I need to recover the ESN in order to do that. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
 
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If you can read the radio with RadioMaint, you can read the tracking data out and click either the Feature Data Edit button or Radio Status button to get your ESN.

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Thank you for your answer I was able to pull the radio status. Is the ESN number called something else in the radio status information?
 

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I don't have RPM on this machine but i think its called Serial Number or something similar.

Here is a picture of the screen in RadioMaint.


The field you want is ROM Serial # down at the bottom. Obviously yours will be different than the above example.
 
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