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Motorola HT750 question

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jhgaskins

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Greetings,

I have Motorola HT750 16 channel radio which I use for my canteen & rehab unit activities with DC Fire Department. I also work part time for a hospital doing security. The radios we have there are all old and frankly junk. I took my radio to a local Motorola dealer and gave them the frequencies I wanted added to my radio so I could use it at the hospital. The transmit is 469.8250 and receive is 464.8250 with a 516DPL. They seemed to have some difficulty in programming it they said it was their computer. I took it to work yesterday and keyed up the radio but did not activate the repeater. My question is, could they have programmed something incorrectly or is there a code or something I need to be able to hit the repeater? At the hospital they use Kenwood radios exclusively. Any help or info would be appreciated.
 

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Yes, I received transmissions, I checked using my scanner and 516DPL is correct. That's why I am puzzled.
 
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Yes, I received transmissions, I checked using my scanner and 516DPL is correct. That's why I am puzzled.
Greetings,

I have Motorola HT750 16 channel radio which I use for my canteen & rehab unit activities with DC Fire Department. I also work part time for a hospital doing security. The radios we have there are all old and frankly junk. I took my radio to a local Motorola dealer and gave them the frequencies I wanted added to my radio so I could use it at the hospital. The transmit is 469.8250 and receive is 464.8250 with a 516DPL. They seemed to have some difficulty in programming it they said it was their computer. I took it to work yesterday and keyed up the radio but did not activate the repeater. My question is, could they have programmed something incorrectly or is there a code or something I need to be able to hit the repeater? At the hospital they use Kenwood radios exclusively. Any help or info would be appreciated.
Did you try putting 464.825 as the transmit and 469.825 as a receive?
 

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No I have not tried since I am going off of what the FCC has listed on our license as the frequency. I am taking it back to the radio shop I had it programmed at tomorrow and have them print out a copy of what they programmed so I can see.
 
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