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Maxon GMRS-21a I own a pair of Maxon GMRS-21a radios and need to find replacement batteries. Can anyone tell me where I could find these? Thanks.

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Maxon GMRS-21a I own a pair of Maxon GMRS-21a radios and need to find replacement batteries. Can anyone tell me where I could find these? Thanks.


I Just had Batteries Plus rebuild mine with 600mah cells $ 23 each.
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Hi, I have a pair of PR 385 hand helds, could anybody tell me if any other battery packs from any other model Cobra fit my radios. I,ve searched and can't find a specific pack for the 385. If you


I realize this is a bit late, but I have to comment. When I viewed this page there were two responses to the original query (one that I also have). It is terribly painful to have had to read them because they are both so sincere in their desire to help and so clueless in their response. The original poster asked about replacement batteries for the Cobra PR385 2-way radio. Both respondents posted about a DIFFERENT model. The first I can understand the mixup, he posted about the PR3850wx, If you don't mind the extra 0wx at the end then it is all fine. The second posted about the LI 7200 wx??? What??Please, we all want help, but check your information before you post your response. The Cobra PR385 radios use the FA_NICD battery pack at 4.8v and 300mAh.I did just find a source for batteries if anyone is in need:http://www.tomsawyer2wayradios.com/catalog/item/3823249/4705619.htmorhttp://www.emtcompany.com/cobra-fa-nicd-two-way-radio/fanicdx.htmlI have not tried either of these shops but will be ordering shortly.
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Could someone please help me find an online manual for the GMRS 9010-2CH


SOLUTION 1; To get the manual for this product, Follow these steps... Just open internet explorer and type 1) http://phone.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/audiovox/gmrs90102ch.html You will be redirected to the particular product site 2) Click GET THIS MANUAL Button/Link you will get the manual in a pdf format, u can save that to your computer SOLUTION 2:(Shorcut Easier way) just copy and paste the link u can get the manual directly http://dl.owneriq.net/9/9211e437-f6e8-4e6b-954f-5801657b2f04.pdf
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Configuring audiovox GMRS1072CH walkie talkie


With the issue of 240V if the charger has not a Voltage switch, you will need to find another charger/transformer with the same Voltage/Amps ouput that works with 240V. For Vox operations, this feature works independly form channel, you should choose the channel# and code # first, to match both radios, and get them communicate, then the Vox feature. In Some radios the VOX feature works with an external audio accesory, in other radios works with out it. Basically if this radios works without it, you should see that the radio transmist by itself when you speak direct to the radio, and stops transmiting 1 or2 seconds after you stop talking. Good Luck.
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I found a manual hope this helps. www.marineradios.us/pdf/GMR1038-2CKom.pdf
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Cobra LI7200 I just received a pair of Cobra 2 way Model LI7200 and I cannot get them to work with each other. I can pick up other people sometimes but I cannot communicate between the two radios. We are on the same channel and the volume is turned up. The call and the talk to not work. I got the same problem with my cobra Li 6700 radios. One of them didnt't work with other radios, but the other one did. Obviously it's a manufacturing problem. I'm looking for the electronica schematics, since i opened my radio and i found to variable resistors and a variable capacitor. I'll try to find out if adjusting them my radio could come back to life !


Please don't touch any internal adjustments. It is like a 10 digit combination lock that is set to open. If you start changing the numbers, you will never get it open. I think the problem is with your tone coded squelch (CTCSS). Your radio channel is like a telephone party line. If your CTCSS is not on, everytime you turn your radio on you will hear anyone on that channel that is close enough to hear. If you are trying to use these radios for serious communications, that will drive you nuts to hear everybody else talking but not about what you need to hear. To try to mitigate this problem, CTCSS was created. There are 38 different codes. If you for example set your unit to operate on code 11 and your other unit is set to operate on code 12, you could not hear each other. Now let's add a third unit set to not use CTCSS at all. Neither one of you will be able to hear this third unit but he can hear both of you. Now you set the second unit to code 11 like the first unit. Now you will be able to hear each other. The third unit will still be able to hear both of you but since he is not transmitting code 11, you still can't hear him. If you are hearing some traffic, it is because they have their CTCSS set to the same code that you are set to. Look in you operators manual for CTCSS Privacy Codes. Set your radios accordingly and I think you will be in business. Let me know if this doesn't take care of you problem.
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Hello, could you tell me if the BellSouth 1080WP 15 Two-Way Radio is compatible or can communicate effectively with the Bellsouth 2280WP Two-Way radio?


It should. 15 channels = 7 FRS, 8 GMRS. Those are all the frequencies available. The problem could come from setting the "tone" or privacy codes. Make certain those all match and they will talk. The 1080 has 38 privacy codes, I cannot find the 2280. Typically the 22 would mean higher power.
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I do not have enough audio on my dx 959 galaxy 40 channel radio


You can turn the modulation up by turning VR16 to the left. This should give you some big audio.
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