| mayo 26, 2014


Disconnect the radio from all power, accessories, and antennas prior to attempting this modification.

Use a grounded low power thermo control soldering iron

Turn the radio over and take off the back cover.Locate the control board (Right front corner) you will see 9 jumpers, marker 1 through 9.



Add a Solder bridge to pad number 5.


Reassemble the radio.

Do a Full Reset by holding the “FAST” and “LOCK” buttons in while pushing the “POWER” switch to ON.

The TX range is now 1.8-30Mhz and 50-54Mhz.

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