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Date Posted: Thu 16 Apr 2009; 3:20pm
Author: Disco Stu
Subject: Re: Midland G7E XT problem
In reply to: Galaxy 's message, "Midland G7E XT problem" on Tue 14 Apr 2009; 2:29pm

I've looked at the manual
<a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.alan-uk.com/mc/manuals/g7_manual.pdf">http://www.alan-uk.com/mc/manuals/g7_manual.pdf</a>
in case it's a radio that allows different tones for TX and RX, but that doesn't seem to apply.
The manual says a reset takes just a minute with the batteries out. If that hasn't worked, then it's time to send it back or live with it.

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