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Thunderknight

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In my experience, neither one :)
Forum + YouTube seems to be the way to find out stuff.
With an email or call to Unication as needed.
If there is a manual, I've never seen it.
 

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W8VI, thanks for the link. Like you said, a little bit more info than the users guide. They make reference to "press K1" but, there's no reference to said key in the illustrations. Thanks.


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I believe the K keys are the 4 keys just below the screen with the following markings on each key:.

K1 - Blue triangle
K2 - Red Square
K3 - Orange circle
K4 - White diamond

It took me a while to understand the round multi-function key that is located between the 4 K keys. You use it mostly when your selecting other Zones to monitor and it operates like a Joy Stick.
 
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I believe the K keys are the 4 keys just below the screen with the following markings on each key:.

K1 - Blue triangle
K2 - Red Square
K3 - Orange circle
K4 - White diamond

It took me a while to understand the round multi-function key that is located between the 4 K keys. You use it mostly when your selecting other Zones to monitor and it operates like a Joy Stick.


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