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IC-F1610 Program Help

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Jul 22, 2015
Abbeville, S.C.
I found this IC-F1610 Mobile new old stock with everything new in the box. I have tried to program using the OPC-1122U cable in the Mic plug and the OPC-478 cable thru the speaker jack . I get the no connect error every time. I've check port settings and assignments. No luck. This is a model that was made for the French Market. It's never been put in service. I can easily part the radio out and get my money back. Any ideas on programming before I part it out on Ebay?



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Mar 15, 2010
I am pretty sure that takes the older OPC-592 cable (like the 1020,2020,320,420 mobiles) and not the 1122U.
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