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anyone know how i can program my pager tones into my 2180 i know there is a way but not sure how to do it
 

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First ... find the a,b,c,d, etc (the tones for your pager)

Second ... there get added into the tone decode section in operational features.


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which tap is it under i dont see anything that says tone decode under optional features
 

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which tab is it under I don't see anything that says tone decode under optional features
Because it is not under optional features.

Edit -> 2-Tone

Select 2-Tone

Once the screen opens, select 2-tone 1 tab, and enter the relevant tone information.

After entering the tone information, in the zone edit screen, under 'Opt Signal' select '2-Tone 1' for the channel you wish to have 2-Tone signalling on.
 
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