Command Summary Shortcuts 

A Key, and then:

1 - Set Negative Repeater Offset
2 - Set Simplex Mode (No Offset)
3 - Set Positive Repeater Offset
4 - Set Odd Repeater Offset
A - Set Reverse Repeater Offset (push A again to exit)
B - Setup to Select and Program Radio Type (must enter 1,2,3) - done once at initial system programming or when changing radios.

B Key, and then:

A -
Quick Storage of the Current Channel into Location 00
B - B
Clear All Channel Memory (in one scan group)
C - Program Individual Scan Channels and flash memory
0 - Special Function (used only in development)....
1 - Select Scan Channel Group

C Key, and then:

0 - Scan User Programmed Channels
1 - Scan Main Memory - System will attempt to identify CTCSS tone in use while stopped on the frequency.
2 - Retrieve Individual Assigned Channel
3 - Cancel Scan Delay
4 - Activate Scan Delay (activated on system power up)
5 - Scan Fixed Weather Channels (2 meter radios only)
6 - Scan Fixed GMRS   / FRS Channels (440 Mhz radios only)
7 - Disable the CTCSS tone
8 - Enable the same CTCSS tone
9 - Tone Scan Camp-On (find the active CTCSS tone and set it).
C -Enter CTCSS Tone
* - Scan Channel Inspection

D Key - Abort Function

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