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Need some help kenwood tk3140

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Howie01

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Can anyone help i have been trying to change a freq on my kenwood tk3140 radio's i'm using software KPG-74D(M2) can delete tx frequency but when i go to delete rx frequency it just replaces the tx frequency and so on any help would be much appreciated (Thanks in advance.
 

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Try right clicking on the channel number, then select "delete".

There must be a valid receive frequency at a minimum for the channel.

If you no longer need that channel, try as I suggested above.

If you want to change the receive frequency on a channel, simply highlight it, then over write with the new receive frequency.

If it is a receive only channel, highlight the transmit frequency, then hit the backspace on your keyboard, then hit the enter key on your keyboard.

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This is not the proper forum to be asking about transceivers, This should be in the Kenwood forum. I have reported, and asked that the Mods move it.
 

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Hi,

Thanks for getting back to me ,yeah tried all that with no success connect everything up can read from radio can change nearly everything else band, power etc but unable to change frequency. I highlight rx frequency press delete i then enter a desired frequency but when i click on tx frequency to delete it just replaces the rx frequency with the original frequency rather strange. maybe i need a step by step guide?
 
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