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Saber II VHF Manual?

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KC2VLC

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Hello all,

I have been looking for Motorola Saber II VHF manual in .PDF or text format, I called Motorola and they want a small fortune for this manual.

I have never operated a Saber II unit before (hi hi) so if someone has a operators manual that describes the menu operation, scanning, or any general instructions I would really appreciate it~!


Thanks and 73's

-KC2VLC

oh, and I searched google with no success :(
 

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What keywords did you use on google?

Astro Saber Manual

I went there when I needed to look up on some stuff on my Saber II, though it says Digital Saber, it should be helpful to you in most cases, it shouldnt be any different.

Hope that helps you in what your looking for.
 

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an astro saber and an analog saber are two different radios. Other than looking simular and using the same accessories that is the only things that are the same
 

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Yeah I understood that but wouldn't the manual be the same thing or does it contain a different set of info?
 

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an astro saber and an analog saber are two different radios. Other than looking simular and using the same accessories that is the only things that are the same
So....would the menu modes/settings, etc. found in the Astro file work with the regular VHF Saber II ??

Thanks
 
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