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"Talkback Scan" - Mototrbo ...?

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My XPR6550 will try to key up on the channel talking, and not the one the selector is on. I can not find the "talkback scan" that the older RSS had, does anyone know why it does this, and is there something in the programming that can be done to ensure it will only transmit on the channel the selector is on, regardless of what channel it is receiving on scan?
 

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For conventional channels, and channels with no receive group list:

In CPS go to Scan
In each scan list, uncheck the Talkback box, just under the Members list.

MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR SOFTWARE CONFIGURED IN EXPERT MODE.

Top row commands, View, Expert (check the box)
 

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Man, I haven't been scrolling down all the way on my scan lists. Geez. ...Thank you, I do appreciate that.
 
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