A A A l k a l i n e B a t t e r i e s
To operate Talkabout radios with alkaline batteries you'll need to install the
alkaline battery tray. Alkaline batteries will last about 30 hours with normal
use. Normal use for alkaline batteries is approximately 1.5 hours transmitting,
1.5 hours receiving and 27 hours of standby or monitoring time.
1. Grasp radio firmly at top and slide radio
back down to remove. Make sure you are
not holding battery door (sides) onto the
2. Insert 3 AA batteries into alkaline tray.
Make sure you align plus and minus signs
on batteries with markings on battery tray.
3. Align tabs at top of battery tray with slots
on radio before pressing tray
into place. Figure 5.
4. Replace radio back by
sliding up and onto radio body.
5. Push up until secure.
N o t e : When batteries are low, as indicated by battery meter or low battery
alert, replace the alkaline batteries immediately to avoid interrupted use.
R e p l a c i n g A l k a l i n e B a t t e r i e s :
1. Insert 3 AA batteries into alkaline tray.
Make sure you align plus and minus
signs on batteries with markings on bat-
tery tray. Figure 6.
2. Replace radio back by sliding up and
onto radio body.
3. Push up until secure.
The NiMH battery kit, alkaline battery kit, and spare NiMH battery are
available as accessories (sold separately).
For information, call 1-800-353-2729.