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svc49 vx4000-6000 fif-8 ct88 question

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hi there guys got a bit of a problem and would appreciate some help ok so when im using svc49 with ct-88 and fif-8 I have not problem reading and writing to my vx4000 but when I try to read my vx6000 it just times out and keeps telling me to Make sure the frequency band of radio is correct I just cant get my head around the problem ive checked and re checked every thing and everything seems correct after all it all works fine with the vx4000! could it be something to do with firmware? thanks in advance for any help.
 
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