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Xtl 2500 model number decoding

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I have been looking to decode a model number on a Motorola XTL2500 radio. Is there any source? I can decode the Flash code but have found no info on the model number. Bat labs Info is old and not to useful. The model numbe is M21QTM9PW1AN any help???
 

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That's also something you have to be a registered user of p25.ca to see, so a Google search won't show it.

OP, you can look here: Model Specific Information this should help.
I am on the P25 site I guess I was looking in the wrong place. As I typed Batlabs was checked but nothing related to what I needed even in the Astro section.
 

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That information is easily found in the Basic Service Manual. A minute or two on Google would reveal this...

https://www.p25.ca/threads/90-XTL2500-Basic-Detailed-Service-Manuals

That's also something you have to be a registered user of p25.ca to see, so a Google search won't show it.

OP, you can look here: Model Specific Information this should help.
The thread shows up in a Google search, registered or not.

Did you look at the link you posted? There is no XTL model number information posted there.
 
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