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TK-3180-E - How do I clear password?

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N7AS

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I purchased a Kenwood TK-3180-E on eBay from a UK seller (thus the E version). He had to cancel the sale as he found out from another buyer that the radio was locked with a password and was unable to read/write. The programing software for the E series is KPG-92D. This radio has the full keypad.

Is there any way to clear the password to enable programing this radio?
 

jonesy100

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Hi give me your email and ill send you the key
but what worked for me was flashing the firmware to k then back tho e
then everything was like new
 
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