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XPR7550 Programming Question

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KD5FMU

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I have been programming MotoTRBO for at least three years now and and just been handed some XPR7550's to program for a local Volunteer Fire Department. I have just about figured out all the programming with the exception of Repeater/Talkaround feature. I can't seem to get it to work.

I have enabled talkaround on the repeater channel, yes that channel(s) have different RX and TX freq's they are not in Capacity Plus just conventional Digital and Analog.

I programmed different buttons on the radio for Repeater/Talkaround and the radio will not go into talkaround.

What am I missing? Little help would be great.
 

TLF82

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Can you share the codeplug?
That is all i've ever had to do to make talk around work on mine.
 

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I usually program a radio for dept with ch 2 as t/a as most people cant seem to work buttons on radio and might get a situation where they bump a button and now in t/a. where normally doesn't happen on ch knob.
 
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