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Holy Minitors Batman!

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smokeeater861

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I have recieved about 6 Minitor IIs, all Low Band and most are in good, used condition. I have a charger for all but two, all standard with the external antenna jack and alert light and one amplified. I have no idea what to do with them, so I'm taking suggestions. I'm doing to check the Rx on them tonight and make sure they all Rx. I know atleast two do. Junk them? Hord them? Sell them? If your interested, PLEASE let me know! Also see my thread under other recievers for Sonar Pagers!

I also have 4 Pagecomms (Minitor Is) , supposedly UHF (462.950). I could only get one to charge and turn on. Checking Rx tonight. They all came with Amplified chargers. Again, suggestions!

Thank you very much for your time!
 
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bezking

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I would try and sell them... Or if they are good and working I would see if the local FD needed them...
 

blantonl

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Tyler, these two posts by you for these pagers are suspiciously close to being for sale ads. It is preferred that you post these as for sale items in our classifieds.

Thank you.
 
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