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JT1000 Quik-Call II

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KCChiefs9690

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Is the QCII feature programmable from the keypad or do I have to dig out the RSS? When I bought the radio the ABC switch was set for A=Scan, B=Nothing, and C=Scan Program. So does that mean I'd have to configure QCII via the RSS?
 

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Im likely on the side you have to be digging into the RSS to program the QCII system, im pretty sure of it
 

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QCII cannot be programmed from anywhere but in the radio software. The "Scan Program" feature is just to turn on/off what channels are in your scan list.
 
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