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TK-760H Help

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BMSIGNS

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What does the arrow with the x on it mean on the display? After programming I get squelch and the arrow.
 

Luis_R

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Thank you! Now is there any way to adjust the squelch threshold on the radio or with the kpg29d software?
Yes through the software under the test screen. Or by putting the radio in test mode, If the radio has been programmed to go into test mode with out the software. Not 100% sure but you might be able to make 1 of the buttons be a squelch adjustment (I know the TK-X90's can).
 

cowman03

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I have a tk 760 with I think a squelch problem. I added a second channel to it and get a lot of noise. I have another tk 760H and added the second channel with no problem. I was in the test mode of the radio, but do not know what to adjust to fix the problem. Any advise would be greatly appreciated
 
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