Instructions Motorola headsets
If the light of the two-way radio still flashes red after cloning, this means that the cloning has failed.
In that case, carry out the following steps before trying to clone again.
1 Check if both two-way radios have been completely charged
2 Make sure that the two-way radios have been placed in the right parts of the charger with the cloning label.
3 Make sure that the batteries have properly been inserted into the two-way radios.
4 Check if there's no dirt on the contacts of the charging stations or two-way radios.
5 Check if the two-way radio on the left is in cloning mode, which can be recognised by the light that
constantly briefly flashes yellow twice
6 Make sure that the two-way radio that you want to clone is turned on.
A malfunction in the headsets and/or the two-way radios can occur. You'll hear a crackling/ rustling sound if
that's the case. This can be caused by a breakage in the headset's wire, the push-to-talk button being broken
or by wrong settings.
One broken two-way radio can already cause malfunctions that are audible to all users. Should there be a malfunction,
then at least make sure that the cadre is using the sets that are working until the malfunction has been fixed.
Other sounds and conversations on the channel
It can occur that conversations or sounds can be heard on the designed colour/frequency that clearly don't come
from a colleague. This could be because someone nearby is on the same channel. This can also reduce the range
of the two-way radio. Should you have issues with the range, then always try a different colour/frequency first.
The solution can be switching between one of the eight default channels until you have found a channel that's
free of other conversations or sounds.
• Press the menu button (5) to navigate channels.
• Press "+" (2)/"-" (1) to change the channel.
• Briefly press the push-to-talk button (7) in the menu mode or wait three seconds to leave the menu.
Try the next colour until you're certain that this channel isn't used by someone else.
Make sure that all two-way radios have the same colour.