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GE Monogram Strapped as mobile repeater

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Jan 25, 2014
Ok I was not sure where to put this thread so i figured the GE area may work since this has to do with GE radios.

Ok I have a lot of 35 GE Monogram and Maxon SM4450 UHF 16 channel 40 watt mobiles.

What the issue is I have is I cannot find my service manual where I made noted on how to tie a pair of these radios into an RM-10 Repeatermaker or a CSI Super 32 Community Repeater panel.
I know what lines on the controllers are I just need to know the points in each radio where i make connections.
If anyone knows how to do this please help me out here.

Oh and I am aware these are not narrow band radios but I need this information ASAP to get a system back online until a new unit arrives.

Thank you.
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