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new to raidios i have a a few questions !!! help me

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Years ago Motorola sent out a monthly "hot sheet" called LSS (lost, strayed, stolen" , I would post the list in the parts room so all my techs could check the list without the customer's knowledge.
 

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Years ago Motorola sent out a monthly "hot sheet" called LSS (lost, strayed, stolen" , I would post the list in the parts room so all my techs could check the list without the customer's knowledge.
are you a shop of some sort cause that kinda cool .... i found a hotsheet like your talkin about im sure there are more than one xts2500 in the world i dont get how this makes mine stolen just because one got stolen in America somewhere now all the xts2500 and xts3000 and xts5000 are stolen now
 
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No one is saying it "is" stolen, just that it could have been once in its life, given you have little information as to where it came from.

"Lost" units also show up some times.
 

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No one is saying it "is" stolen, just that it could have been once in its life, given you have little information as to where it came from.

"Lost" units also show up some times.
ok my bad i thought i was being told it must be stolen but ill have to check it out im pretty sure my dad would not go steal stuff cause he had enough money in life but ill have to investigate thanks for all the help guys
 
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