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P7300 UHF SC5 file?

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flecom

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does anyone have an SC5 file to move the 450-512 P7300 radio down to 440 for use with ham?

tried renaming an SC5 file I had for my 7100s to move the UHF-H splits down to 440 and it doesn't seem to work with the 7300
 

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Do you have any P7300 SC5 files to look for addresses? I have edited SC4 files in the past, but each model uses different addresses.
 
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