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TYT MD 390 issue

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TheBoz

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I have a UHF TYT MD 390 that I was going to reprogram with a few new frequencies to listen to (receive only), but when I turned it on, the display is upside down, it shows everything correct, it's just upside down, is there any way to reset, or fix this, I've never came across this on any of my TYT radios before. Thanks for any input.
 

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I've read of this happening to others and I think it has to do with using the incorrect version of firmware for your particular radio. At the very least, you should be able to re-load the original firmware version to see if that resolves the problem.

Google it and see what others have done to fix it.

John
 
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