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BUTTONS AND CONTROLS
DISPLAY
BATTERY
TRANSMITTING A CALL ALERT
NOAA RADIO OPERATION
SUB CODES (CTCSS)
14-Channel Family
1.
POWER—Press and hold the POWER button for
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To change the radio to WEATHER MODE,
This feature uses a sub-audible tone to
NSTALLATION
TONE (PAGE)
Radio System
about 1 second to turn unit ON. The display shows
press the NOAA button. Channels 1-7
prevent other people using the same
Press the PAGE button to initiate an Alert
the current status. To turn the unit OFF, press and
correlate to the US and Canadian weather
channel from interrupting your
1. Remove the battery shell
User's Guide
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tone transmission. The Alert tone will
hold the POWER button for 1 second. The display
radio frequencies, while channels 8-10
conversation. The radio has 38 available
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door by sliding it down
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automatically be transmitted for a fixed
will go blank.
correlate to international weather radio
CTCSS (Continuous Tone Coded Squelch
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from the unit.
length of time. The CALL and TX icon
frequencies. To return to normal operation,
System) codes which can be individually
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2.
Headphone Jack—Insert optional headphones into
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2. Install 3 AA-size alkaline
shows in the display while the tone is
press the NOAA button again.
assigned to any of 14 channels, for a total
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the headphone jack to listen to calls.This will
POWER
batteries (not included)
being transmitted.
of 532 combinations.
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disable the built-in speaker.
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into the battery
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MODE
Once activated, the sub-audible tone is
WEATHER FREQUENCIES
Microphone Jack—Insert an optional external
CH
compartment. Make sure
CHANGING CHANNELS
transmitted each time the PTT (PUSH-TO-
microphone into the microphone jack to make
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MEM
VOL
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1. Transmit/Receive icon — Indicates
to follow the + and -
Channel #
Frequency MHz
TALK) button is pressed. Additionally, the
MON
NOAA
calls.
when the radio is transmitting or
symbols in the
Press the CH up/down buttons to change
radio only responds to incoming signals
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receiving. Rings move from the center
compartment.  Installing
channels. The channel may only be
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CH UP ARROW—Press the CH up arrow to change
using the same CTCSS tone.
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dot to the outside when transmitting.
the batteries incorrectly
changed during receive mode and cannot
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the channel to the next highest frequency. The
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Rings move  from the outside ring to
can damage the unit.
be changed during Call Alert or PTT
NOTE: This feature does not necessarily
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display shows the channel number.
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the center dot when receiving.
transmit mode.
prevent other people from hearing your
NOTE: In order to maintain
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CH DOWN ARROW—Press the CH down arrow to
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conversation. It is intended to prevent
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2. Subcode CTCSS icon — Shows the
your user settings (CTCSS
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change the channel to the next lower frequency.
unwanted incoming conversations only.
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current sub code number.
code assignment, current
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The display shows the channel number.
UTO SQUELCH FEATURE
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selected channel, etc.), make
If CTCSS is set with “- -”, the radio has
3. Temperature icon — Displays the
4.
PAGE—Sends a tone to other GE Family Radio
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sure the unit is off before removing the
Your radio is equipped with an automatic
been set in the universal receiving mode so
temperature in degrees F or C.
Service units tuned to the same channel. To send a
batteries. Your settings will remain for
squelch feature, which automatically shuts
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it can receive any  air transmission.
page, press the PAGE button.
4. Volume icon — Displays the current
off weak transmissions and unwanted
approximately 10 minutes while you install
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volume level.
noise. The Auto Squelch may be
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MIC—Built-in microphone
the new batteries.
temporarily deactivated by pressing the
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MEMORY
5. Channel number — Shows the current
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Speaker—Built-in speaker
MON (Monitor) button.
channel (1-14).
USING YOUR FAMILY
NOTE: Some channels saved to memory
KEY LOCK
7.
LEFT ARROW—Press the LEFT ARROW to decrease
may not show in the display if they haven’t
6. Keypad lock icon — Indicates when the
the listening volume.
RADIO
AUTO POWER SAVE
When this feature is on, the current
current channel and sub code (CTCSS)
been used recently. Channel/CTCSS
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channel and CTCSS code are locked so that
RIGHT ARROW—Press the RIGHT ARROW to
are locked.
combinations will show in the display but
1. Press and hold the POWER button until
Your radio has a unique circuit designed to
you don’t change them by accident.
increase the listening volume.
dramatically extend the life of the
may not be saved to memory.
We bring good things to life.
7. Battery icon — Indicates the battery
the radio turns on.
batteries. If there is no transmission within
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MON—Press the MON (Monitor) button to
level.  When the batteries are nearly
1. To view the contents of MEMORY, press
2. Check the battery condition on the
ADVANCED FEATURES
deactivate the automatic squelch feature to allow
5 seconds, your radio switches to the
drained, the icon will start to blink and
and release the MODE button.
display.
power save mode. The radio still receives
the user to temporarily listen to the air traffic on
the unit beeps continuously.
transmissions in this mode.
2. Use the left or right arrow buttons to
the current channel before initiating transmission.
3. Set to desired channel.
DISPLAY MENU
8. Weather Mode Icon — Indicates when
scroll through the display menu until
Press the MON button again to return to standby.
Use the MODE button to access additional
the radio is in Weather Radio Mode.
4. Adjust volume to comfortable level.
MEMORY flashes in the display.
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features such as selecting a CTCSS code,
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MEM/LOCK
AUTO POWER OFF
9. MEMORY icon — indicates if a channel/
3. Use the up and down arrow buttons to
setting the temperature scale, and
LOCK—Press and hold the MEM/LOCK button for 1
CTCSS combination is saved to memory.
TO TRANSMIT
If your radio is in the Power Save Mode for
view the stored channels/CTCSS
changing channels.
second to lock the MODE programming and the
more than 8 hours with no voice or button
combinations.
10.SCAN icon — indicates if radio is in the
NOTE: After 12 seconds, if no buttons are
CH up/down arrow buttons. The lock icon shows in
Press the PTT (PUSH-TO-TALK) button.
activity, the radio automatically turns itself
Automatic Memory Scan or All
4. Press the MODE button again to exit the
the display. To unlock the MODE programming and
Speak slowly and clearly 2-3 inches from
off. An Auto Power off Reminder tone
pressed, the radio returns to normal
Channels Scan mode.
display menu or wait until the radio
the CH up/down arrow buttons, hold the LOCK button for one second again.
the microphone. To avoid cutting off the
sounds before it shuts off. To turn the radio
operating mode.
returns to normal operation.
11.CALL icon — indicates the call tone
first part of your transmission, pause
back on, press the power button.
MEM—Press the MEM/LOCK button to save the selected channel/CTSS combination.
To access the display menu, press and
currently in use.
slightly after pressing the PTT button
NOTE: If memory is empty, MEMORY flashes
MEMORY and SAVED shows in the display.
release the MODE button and use the right
before you start talking. The transmit icon
in the display, the FRS channel shows “___,”
12.FULL SAVED icon — indicates memory
arrow button to move through the display
10. MODE—Use for more advanced functions such as feature programming, setting an
is displayed while the unit is transmitting.
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
and the CTCSS code shows “- -.”
is full and 10 channels are saved to
menu. The menu selections are:
individual channel with a specific CTCSS code, and changing the temperature scale.
memory.
Your radio constantly measures the
CTCSS code
11. Antenna
TO RECEIVE
ambient temperature and periodically
MEMORY
displays the value in either degrees
12. PTT (PUSH -TO-TALK)— Press to transmit, release to receive.
BELT CLIP INSTALLATION
SCAN/MEMORY SCAN
When your are finished talking, release the
Fahrenheit or Celsius.
CALL
13. Battery Compartment
PTT (PUSH-TO-TALK) button to listen to
AND REMOVAL
TEMPERATURE
the transmission. The receive or busy icon
14. Belt Clip
FRS CHANNEL
is displayed while the unit is receiving.

To install the belt clip, line up the
15. NOAA (Weather)—Toggles radio between weather mode and normal operation.
grooves on the clip with the grooves on
NOTE: Remember if several family radios are
the back of the unit. Push downward
ATLINKS USA, Inc.
in use as a talk group, they must all be on the
10330 North Meridian Street
until it snaps into place.
same channel with the appropriate CTCSS
Indianapolis, IN 46290

To remove the belt clip, release the snap
code setting to communicate (- -, or 1-38).
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with your finger or a tool while firmly
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pushing the clip upward.
35840
15628900 (Rev. 0 DOM E)
01-04
Printed in China


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