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    Hi Guys,

    Does anyone have PDFs of the MTR2000 service manuals? These repeaters seem to be popping up on the surplus market and our local HAM radio club has gotten access to a couple for 2 meters so the manuals could be very useful to us!

    Cheers,
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    There is no such thing as a MTR service manual. What they call a service manual is nothing more than a guide to what module needs to be replaced. There are no schematics and Motorola doesn't sell any component parts only replacement modules. Repair is depot only.

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    Matt,

    I have two Service Manuals. I was not able to bring them up on MOL. However, Field Service Manual 68P81096E25-C and Depot Manual 68P81096E35-B

    They have detailed schematics and part numbers.

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    I would love to see the depot service manual

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    FWIW, the some of the stuff and general tecnology is from that of the Mitrek series of radios so perhaps some of those manuals might be somewhat helpful...

    But yes, I would also like to see PDF's of them posted if they exist in that form...

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    Excellent, thanks guys. I'm embarking on a project to connect a VHF MTR2000 on 2 meters into a P25 Quantar on 70cm via a DIU3000. In between there will be a DTMF controller so that the linking can be done VHF analog <-> 70cm analog or VHF analog <-> P25 70cm.

    I'll track down some manuals using those parts numbers - cheers again guys!

    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by wa7zus View Post
    Matt,

    I have two Service Manuals. I was not able to bring them up on MOL. However, Field Service Manual 68P81096E25-C and Depot Manual 68P81096E35-B

    They have detailed schematics and part numbers.
    Quote Originally Posted by JMINN699 View Post
    I would love to see the depot service manual
    Indeed, if you could arrange for scans of those to be made available, you'd be somewhat of a hero in the community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
    FWIW, the some of the stuff and general tecnology is from that of the Mitrek series of radios so perhaps some of those manuals might be somewhat helpful...

    But yes, I would also like to see PDF's of them posted if they exist in that form...
    Alpha,

    I think you are thinking of the MSR 2000, not MTR 2000. There's nothing Mitrek about the MTR. There's everything Mitrek about the MSR. MSR 2000 service manuals are plentiful.

    And I agree - if WA7ZUS truly has the MTR 2000 Depot Service Manual, and could have it professionally scanned into PDF, I'd pay money for that, and he WOULD be a hero. Lots of poor folks out there with dead power supplies.

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    Oops - my bad, yes I was thinking of MSR's not the Outlaws. I stand corrected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
    Oops - my bad, yes I was thinking of MSR's not the Outlaws. I stand corrected.
    Going with what you said though, the MSF5000 PA design is very similar to the MTR2000 and does contain common parts.