Kenwood Ts-2000 Serial Number Decoder
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The repeater's flash memory can store an electronic message - with password protection - containing owner identification, property ID numbers, user and department names, service records, etc. Additionally, the FPU can be used to display an electronic serial number. A unit can thus be electronically identified even if the external labels, marking or factory serial numbers have been removed.
In the following list is 184 amateur radio programs, while most of them can be downloaded crack, or the serial number generator needed to register, which you can access by clicking on the program number. Behind it is the name and version of the program, its brief description and homepage.
Kenwood Land Mobile Radio (commercial) Products by Mike Morris WA6ILQ A little background information and some model-specific information, and some contributions from others. Updates appreciated!A list of Kenwood Radios, the software needed, and the programming cables needed by Mike Morris WA6ILQThe basic informationon this page is from 2008 and updated as we were given information. Updates appreciated!Kenwood programming software names, versions, radios, and release dates Donated by Garrett RamseyThis information is from 2012 Updates appreciated!A newer list of software versions, radios, and release dates 70 kB PDFThis PDF'd information is from 2018, and since PDFs can't be changed any updates will be added to the upper page. Updates appreciated!A list of updated software versions, products, and release dates 51 kB PDF by WA1MIKYou should check all of these version lists as none contain every programming product. Updates appreciated!K9ROD maintains a list of Kenwood programming software versus radio here (opens in a new browser tab).How to decode Kenwood radio serial numbers 9 kB PDFOriginal author unknown.A library of 16 different microphone, speaker/microphone, accessory plug, etc. connector diagrams 207 kB PDF Author unknown.Someone found this on the web and sent it to us.The 6-pin Modular Kenwood Microphone Connector Author unknown.This connector is used on the TK-705 / TK-805, the TK-760 / TK-860 and several other models. Someone found this on the web and sent it to us.A comparison of several Kenwood Mobile Microphones by John Haserick W1GPO and Roger Coulson WA1NVCFYI, amateur 8-pin Kenwood microphones are not wired the same as commercial 8-pin Kenwood microphones. Detailed table of the signals on the Kenwood TK-7180/8180 Microphone Jack by Mike Morris WA6ILQA customer needed a repair made to a specialty device that plugged into the microphone jack... Your page maintainer had to do some research... this resulted from the workbench notes.Some notes on the "Packet connector" on the Kenwood TM-G707 and similar amateur radios by Mike Morris WA6ILQThe PG-4S programming cable is used to program several models that programs through the "packet" connector, including the TM-V7A and the TM-G707A. You can make your own using info from the KA7O web site page on the PG-4S. (update: That link takes you to the Wayback machine saved page from November 6, 2017) Supposedly you can use an inexpensive KPG-4 (6 pin) or KPG-46 (8 pin) cable from eBay and cut off the radio end and use a 6-pin mini-DIN plug, or use the cable and plug from a dead PS/2 mouse), or make an adapter from a 6-pin or 8-pin jack and the plug end of a PS/2 style PC keyboard or PS/2 mouse extension cord.Homebrew programming interface equivalent to the KPG-4 35 kB PDF from K9MNThe KPG-4 is the RS-232 to TTL cable that is used for programming most any commercial Kenwood radio that has a 6-pin (RJ-12) microphone jack. The KPG-46 is the 8-pin (RJ-45) version.Your page maintainer finally resolved the homebrew cable and KPG-4 versus KPG-46 issue by purchasing one each KPG-4 (9-pin "D" connector) and KPG-46 (USB FTDI) cables from Mark Dunkle at He has a direct sales web page so that you can avoid the eBay markup. No, he's NOT paying me for providing this pointer. His cables just plain work.Another version of the above KPG-4 replacement by Craig Clark N5XNQ, forwarded by KC7GFThis diagram is similar to the above but with a lot more info - it shows the DE-9 and DB-25 connections, and the handheld connections. It shows the 6-pin microphone plug.A programming interface similar to the above KPG-4 unitsThis one corrects a few omissions in the above diagrams. Best of all, it actually works. A tip on the UHF TK-805 radio: BEFORE YOU BUY AN 805(D) CHECK THE VERSION NUMBER ON THE BACK. There are four different versions of the 805 and 805D and you need to look at the rear FCC ID# label. An FCC ID number ending with "-1" is for the 450-470 MHz band. A "-2" is for the 470-490 MHz band, a "-3" is for the 490-512 MHz band and a "-4" is for 406 to 430 MHz "government" band. The 450-470 MHz band TK-705D and TK-805D will work fine with no modifications in the ham bands, however you will need the "H" version to get 45 watts out of them. The stock non-H versions only put out around 30 watts (retuning with a Service monitor makes them better).
900 MHz Information Manuals and more!TKR Repeater Information Manuals and more!KPT-20 Program/Test Set Instruction Manual 2.9 MB PDFKPT-40 Field Programmer Instruction Manual 4.3 MB PDFKPT-50 Field Programmer Instruction Manual 357 kB PDFKRA-21 Field Tunable Antenna Cutting Info for TK-190 Series Low-Band Portable Transceivers 1.3 MB PDFKRK-2 / KRK-3DH / KRK-4DB Remote Kit Service Manual 6.5 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFThese are used with the TK-630/730/830 series radios. They provide remote control head mounting, dual control heads, and dual band remote operation. KRK-7DB / KRK-8DBH Remote Kit Service Manual 715 kB PDF donated by Roger WA1NVCThese are used with the TK-690/790/890 series radios. They provide remote control head mounting, dual control heads, and dual band remote operation. MC-46 DTMF and UP/DOWN Hand-held Microphone Schematic 50 kB PDFProbably usable on many mobile radios with the 6-pin round mike connector.PS-30 Operating Manual 190 kB PDF file courtesy of Greg BeatPS-30 Schematic (with repair notes) 904 kBPS-50 Instruction Manual 600 kB PDFFor the TS-440S and others.RC-10 Instruction Manual 2.5 MB PDFRemote controller for the TM-221A/221E/221ES and TM-421A/421E/421ES. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.RC-10 Service Manual 4.1 MB PDFRemote controller for the TM-221A/221E/221ES and TM-421A/421E/421ES. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TH-D7A/E Service Manual 7.3 MB PDFThis is a dual-band handheld that has a built-in Packet / APRS TNC.TH-D72A / TH-D72E Service Manual 16.6 MB PDFThe TH-D7A / TH-D72E is a dual-band handheld with a built-in GPS receiver and packet / APRS TNC. Includes options BT-15 and PB-45L. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TH-F6A / TH-F7E Service Manual 4.5 MB PDFIncludes options BT-13, PB-42L, PG-2W, PG-3J, SMC-32, SMc-33, SMC-34, EMC-3, HMC-3, KHS-21.The F6A is a 144 MHz / 220 MHz / 440 MHz FM TRIBAND handheld, the F7E is the European 144 MHz / 430 MHz FM DUAL BAND handheld. The difference between the two radios is one diode.Click here to read about a critical design flaw with the TH-F6A and TH-F7E radios.TH-F6A / TH-F7E Service Manual Supplement 6.2 MB PDFTH-F6 / TH-F7 Schematic Diagram 2.3 MB PDFTH-G71A / TH-G71E Instruction Manual 2.6 MB PDFTH-K2AT / TK-K2E / TH-K2ET / TH-K4AT / TK-K4E Instruction Manual 1.3 MB PDFTH-41A/AT/E Service Manual 8.3 MB PDFIncludes options BT-2, EB-2, PB-21, DC-21, SC-8/8T, HMC-1, SMC-30, TU-6. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TH-41BT Service Manual 6.5 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFTH-78A Instruction Manual 294 kB PDFTH-79A / TH-79E Instruction Manual 2.7 MB PDFTH-79 A/E Service Manual 2.7 MB PDFIncludes options TSU-8, SC-41, SC-42, SC-43, BT-9.TH-315A Service Manual 10 MB PDFIncludes options BC-7, BC-8, TSU-4. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-190 Sales Brochure 1 MB PDFTK-190 Instruction Manual 190 kB PDFThis series uses the same battery, speaker/mike, programming cable, etc as the TK-380 and TK-481. The antenna connector on the radio is an SMA male.TK-190 Service Manual Revised 4.0 MB PDFIncludes options KNB-17A, KMC-25A, KSC-19, KSC-20, KPG-36, KBP-4.TK-240 Service Manual 14.1 MB PDFIncludes options KDM-5, KHS-1, KMC-8A, KWR-1, KLF-3, KNB-4/5/6, KQT-9, KSC-6, KSC-8, KSC-76, KSC-86. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-250 / TK-350 Instruction Manual 1.4 MB PDFTK-255 / TK-355 sales brochure 282 kB PDFTK-260 Service Manual 8 MB PDFIncludes option KNB-14, KNB-15A. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-260G/(N) / TK-270G/(N) Service Manual Revised 14.9 MB PDFIncludes options KNB-14, KNB-15A, KMC-17, KMC-21. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-270 / TK-278 Service Manual 4.4 MB PDFIncludes options KNB-14, KNB-15A. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-280 Service Manual Revised 13.8 MB PDFIncludes options KNB-16A, KNB-17A, KPG-36, KSC-19, KRA-14, KMC-25. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-290 Service Manual (1998 version) 856 kB PDFIncludes options KNB-17A, KMC-25, KMC-26, KSC-19, KSC-20, KPG-36, KRA-14.Note: The TK-290 radio is only rated for up to 7.2vDC input! Do not use a mobile power cord directly from a 12v source without a voltage regulator in the cord.TK-290 Service Manual Revised (2001 version) 3 MB PDFTK-353 Instruction Manual 1.7 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFTK-353 Service Manual 17 MB PDFIncludes options KDM-7, KHS-1, KSC-76, KSC-8, KSC-86, KNB-11A, KNB-12A, KPG-22, KMC-17. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-353/(N) Service Manual Supplement 10 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFTK-360G / TK-370G Service Manual 12.5 MB PDFIncludes options KNB-14, KNB-15A, KNC-17, KMC-21. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-370 / TK-378 Service Manual 4.3 MB PDFIncludes options KNB-14, KNB-15A. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-380 Service Manual 24.4 MB PDFIncludes options KNB-16A, KNB-17A, KPG-36, KSC-19, KRA-15, KMC-25. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-380 Service Manual Revised 2.3 MB PDFIncludes options KNB-16A, KNB-17A, KPG-36, KSC-19, KRA-15, KMC-25. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-380 "E series" Service Manual 4.1 MB PDFTK-390 Service Manual 15 MB PDFIncludes options KNB-17A, KMC-25, KMC-25, KSC-19, KSC-20, KPG-36, KRA-14. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-630H(B) Service Manual Revised 21.2 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFTK-690 / TK-790 / TK-890 Series Instruction Manual 530 kB PDFTK-690H(B) Service Manual (2001 version) 5.5 MB PDF donated by Skip Clark WB6TXXTK-705/B/N Service Manual Revised 10.6 MB PDFIncludes option KQT-8. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-705D / TK-805D Instruction Manual (1992 version) 350 kB PDF donated by James LawrenceTK-715/(N) Service Manual Revised IV (1997 version) 6.6 MB PDFIncludes optios KMC-9, KPG-19. Donated by John Casullo N2QKV.TK-730/(B)/(D) Service Manual 20 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFTK-730(G)/(GB) Service Manual 18 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFTK-730H/(B) Service Manual 20 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFTK-760 / TK-762/H Service Manual (1996 version, NO schematic) 1.5 MB PDF donated by Greg Beat W9GBTK-760G / TK-762G Service Manual Revised (2000-1 version) 6.2 MB PDFTK-760HG / TK-762HG Service Manual Supplement (2000-6 version) 4.2 MB PDFTK-760HG / TK-762HG Service Manual Revised (2000-10 version) 5.7 MB PDFTK-780 / TK-880 Series Instruction Manual 1.1 MB PDFAlso appropriate for the TK-980 (800 MHz) and TK-981 (900 MHz) models.TK-780/H Service Manual Supplement 4.1 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFTK-790/(B) / TK-790H(B) Service Manual Revised (2001 version) 6.3 MB PDFNote: This Service Manual applies to products with serial numbers 30300001 and higher. (KCH-10 and KCH-11 front panels are applicable to the productions June 2001 and after.) In terms of the products with the serial numbers earier than 30300001, refer to the TK-790/(B)/H(B) Service Manual as per part No. B51-8438-00 and the TK-790(B) Service Manual as per part No. B51-8456-00.TK-790H(B) Supplement (2005 version) 450 kB PDFNote: Applicable to units with serial numbers 60400001 and above.TK-830/(B)/(D) Service Manual (1992 version) 12.2 MB PDFTK-840 / TK-940 / TK-941 Instruction Manual 1.8 MB PDFTK-840/(N) Service Manual Revised (1996 version) 12.2 MB PDFIncludes options KCT-19, KDD-4, KPG-25D. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TK-860G / TK-862G Service Manual Revised 6.2 MB PDFTK-880 Service Manual Revised 7.5 MB PDF donated by Ray Miles K7LNATK-880/H Service Manual Supplement 4.1 MB PDFTK-890/(B) / TK-890H(B) Service Manual Revised (2001 version) 6.3 MB PDF donated by Skip Clark WB6TXXTK-6110 Sales Brochure 406 kB PDFTK-6110 Instruction Manual 300 kB PDFTK-6110 Service Manual 2.6 MB PDFThe 15-pin Accessory Connector pinout can be found on page 40 of this manual.TK-6110 Service Manual Supplement 4.7 MB PDFSupplement to the above service manual for serial numbers A8B00001 and higher.TKB-720 Service Manual Part 1 of 2 56.6 MB PDFIncludes options KMC-9, KMS-5, KQT-7, KSK-2. Scanned by Harley KI7XF.TKB-720 Service Manual Part 2 of 2 58.1 MB PDFIncludes options KMC-9, KMS-5, KQT-7, KSK-2. Scanned by Harley KI7XF.TKR Repeater Information Manuals and more!TM-211A/E Service Manual 10 MB PDFIncludes option TU-3A. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-221 / TM-321 / TM-421 A/E/ES Instruction Manual 2.3 MB PDFTM-241 / TM-441 / TM-541 A/E Instruction Manual 2.3 MB PDF (vertical - oriented towards reading on the screen)The same manual except horizontally oriented (for printing) 2.8 MB PDFTM-241A/E Service Manual 6.0 MB PDFIncludes options DRU-1, DTU-2, MC-44, MC-44DM, MC-44DME, MC-44E, TSU-6, plus a note on extending the frequency ranges.TM-251A/E Service Manual 16.3 MB PDFIncludes option PG-5A. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-261A / TM-261EJ / TM-461A Instruction Manual 2.9 MB PDFTM-261A Service Manual 1.8 MB PDFTM-261A Schematics 676 kB PDFTM-271A / TM-271E Service Manual 1.8 MB PDFTM-281A Service Manual 17.3 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFTM-321A Service Manual 3.9 MB PDFIncludes option TSU-5. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-331A Service Manual 9.4 MB PDFIncludes options DRU-1, MC-44, MC-44DM, TSU-6. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.Dan N2AYM reports "I have repaired quite a few Kenwood TM-331 radios, replacing the memory batteries and RF Amp modules. The TM-231 / 331 / 241 / 441 / 541 models are of the same basic configuration inside and if you review the service manuals it is evident they are almost the same with the possible exception of the spectrum covered. They all use the same Lithium Memory backup battery. This part number has changed so the service manuals will have the old part number (W09-0326-05); the new number is W09-0599-05. When I called East Coast Transistor Parts their price was only $6.00 each which seems very reasonable. This battery is a CR2032s with solder tabs for installation in the control heads. When I replaced the RF Amp module (M57774), I found that there had never been any thermal compound between the amp mount and the heat sink, which may have been a production error and may have contributed to the amp's problem with excessive heat over a period of time. I naturally used thermal compound with the new one."TM-461A Service Manual 7.5 MB PDF donated by Brad KB9BPFTM-541A/E Service Manual 4.4 MB PDFIncludes options DRU-1, DTU-1, MC-44E, MC-44DM, MC-44DME, MC-44, TSU-6. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-621A Service Manual 13.3 MB PDFIncludes option TSU-6. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-631A Service Manual 13.6 MB PDFIncludes option TSU-6. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-641A / TM-741A / TM-741E Instruction Manual 6.6 MB PDFA tip on the 641 / 741 / 642 / 742 series from Rian AG4ME: If you have no audio output and the light dimmer does not work, look at resistor R121 and maybe transistor Q102 in the control head becoming un-soldered.TM-641A / TM-741A/E Service Manual 8.5 MB PDFIncludes options DTU-2, TSU-7, MC-45, MC-45DM, PG-4K, PG-4L.TM-642A Service Manual 10.4 MB PDFOnly has parts lists, schematics, color X-ray views. For circuit descriptions and semiconductor information, refer to the TM-742A/E, TM-942A service manual B51-8192-00.TM-642A / TM-742A/E, TM-942A Instruction Manual 3.7 MB PDFTM-742A/E / TM-942A Service Manual 10.7 MB PDFIncludes options TSU-7, MC-45, MC-45DM, plus the UT-28S, UT-50S, UT-220S, UT440S, UT1200 band units.Some notes from Mike WA6ILQ on the TM-41 / 741 / 941 / 642 / 742 / 942 radios:1) If you need CTCSS/PL decode you will need to plug in a TSU-7 board. The firmware already "knows" about it.2) The remote mount kit is a DFK-3, DFK-4 or DFK-7 (3 meters, 4 meters or 9 meter long cable).3) A replacement microphone is a MC-45 (plain) or MC-45DM (with 16-button DTMF).4) The TM-641 / 741 / 941 / 642 / 742 / 942 radios can draw as much as 12 amps on transmit, and the DC wire pigtail hanging from the back of the radio and the matching power cord that was shipped with it was, in my opinion, undersized in AWG. The transmitter is sensitive to low DC voltage, a voltage drop of less than a volt can cost you 25% of the transmit output power. Measure the voltage at the radio while transmitting (the simple way is to temporarily push a couple of sewing pins through the insulation of the power cable right by the strain relief at the back of the radio, then clip your VOM to the sewing pins). While you are keydown compare the voltage at battery to the voltage at the radio. If the voltage drop is excessive while transmitting then you need to change the wiring to a larger AWG size (lower resistance) wire. Been there twice, done that twice, got the t-shirt (but not the coffee cup). I had close to a volt of loss between the battery and the the pigtail. I replaced the short pigtail built into the back of the radio with the heaviest red / black zip cord I could find and changed to Anderson Power Poles instead of the stock "T" connector. At the time the biggest red / black zip cord available to me was 12 gauge, but since then I've seen 10 gauge on a spool at the local HRO store. Be careful, don't trust the outside diameter of the insulation to be indicative of the internal conductor size; look at the cross-section of the actual copper.5) The TM-641 / 741 / 941 / 642 / 742 / 942 radios use a solder-tab-style CR2025 coin cell for memory backup. The coin cell seems to last forever if you keep 12v applied to the radio, or just a few years if it's in storage. If your radio needs a new battery I strongly suggest you replace the solder-tab coin cell with a socket. Here's an exploded drawing of how to get to it. There is barely enough space inside the radio for a coin cell socket - I had to file the edges of the plastic socket body down a little on each side to make it fit. The socket needs to be a vertical socket with top access (i.e. the cell is positioned at right angles to the circuit board). Here's a photo of the coin cell socket I used (thanks to Joe Orrico WB6HRO).TM-701A/E Service Manual 12.1 MB PDFIncludes options MC-44, MC-44DM, MC-44DME, MC-44E, TSU-6. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-721A/E Service Manual 15.9 MB PDFThe manual includes CTCSS decode option TSU-6.TM-731A/E Service Manual 15.5 MB PDFIncludes option TSU-6 and some service bulletins. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-732A/E Service Manual 5.8 MB PDFIncludes options MC-45, MC-45DM, PG-4K, PG-4L, TSU-7. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-733A / TM-733E Instruction Manual 13.8 MB PDFTM-3530A Service Manual 10.6 MB PDFIncludes options MU-1, MB-10, TU-7, PG-2K, VS-1. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-D700A sales brochure 700 kB PDFThe TM-D700 is a dual-band mobile that has a built-in packet / APRS TNC.MD700B software package 398 kB executable fileTM-D700A / TM-D700E APRS/Packet Instruction Manual 855 kB PDFTM-D700A / TM-D700E Instruction Manual 2.7 MB PDFTM-D710GA / TM-D710GE Instruction Manual 7.2 MB PDFTM-D710A / TM-D710E Service Manual 5.1 MB PDFIncludes options MC-59, PG-5F, PG-5H, PG-5G, MCP-2A. Covers the panel section. Refer to the TM-V71A / TM-V71E Service Manual below for further information. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TM-G707A sales brochure 840 kB PDFThe TM-G707 is a basic twin-band mobile: one band at a time. For simultaneous receive see the TM-V7A.TM-G707A / TM-G707E Instruction Manual 2.5 MB PDFThe official kenwood programming software for the TMG-707, TM-V7, TM-G71, or RCP-570 can be dodnloaded from _Radio. Chirp also supports these radios.TM-G707A/E Service Manual 7.8 MB PDFTM-G710GA / TM-G710GE Instruction Manual 1.7 MB PDFTM-V7A / TM-V7E Instruction Manual 2.6 MB PDFTM-V7A / TM-V7E Service Manual 7.1 MB PDFIncludes options DFK-3C/4C/7C.A "usability" note from Dan Hopper KU4NF on the TM-V7A radio and the PC software they provide to upload and download the 180 memories: if you download the radio's memory, move some locations around and thus create some newly empty locations, and then write it back to the radio, it doesn't seem to delete the now-empty locations like it should; it merges the upload with the memory contents resulting in duplicate locations where the old entries are visible in the empty channels in the new data. My workaround is to delete all the memories in the radio before doing a write to the radio, thus giving the new data a clean slate to program into. How do you erase only the memories and none of the other settings? None of the power-up hotkeys seem to do this. However, if you have the radio change the VHF/UHF channel ratio, it'll prompt you to OK erasing all the memories. Do that, then change it back to your original ratio or a new ratio, and then write from the software to the radio. Kludgy, but it works.TM-V71A / TM-V71E Instruction Manual 4.5 MB PDFKenwood's documentation on the PG-5H PC Interface Cable Kit and PG-5G Programming Interface CableDetails on the programming (PG-5G) and audio (PG-5H) cables for the TM-V71 can be found here.Programming software for the TM-V71 / TM-D710 / RC-D710 can be downloaded direct from Kenwood.Memory Control Program MCP-2A Version 3.22 MCP-2A Version 3.10 filename: M2A310.exe; file size: 3.72 MBSee the next item for an alternative ZIP file.MCP-2A Version 3.10 filename: M2A310.zip; file size: 2.95 MBThe executable file inside the ZIP is renamed to M2A310.EEE; you will have to rename it to M2A310.EXE before running it. _d710_main_update_e.htmlThis is a firmware update that increases the usability as a remote base or EchoLink radio.TM-V71A / TM-V71E Service Manual 4.7 MB PDFIncludes options DF-3K, PG-5F, MC-59, PG-5G, PG-5H.TM-V71A/E Modifications 5.2 MB PDFTM-V71A Sales Brochure 2.4 MB PDFTR-851A/E Service Manual 18.5 MB PDFIncludes options MU-1, VS-1, TU-7. Donated by Brad KB9BPF.TR-7400A Service Manual 6.6 MB PDFTR-7600 Operating Manual with schematic 2.0 MB PDF courtesy Jim MacDougald KB6ZOPTS-140S / TS-680S Instruction Manual 1.2 MB PDFTS-440S Instruction Manual 7.0 MB PDFTS-600 Operating Manual 3.7 MB PDFTS-700A Operating Manual 2.0 MB PDFTS-700A / TS-700G Service Manual 33.1 MB PDF Smaller PDF file 15 MB PDFGet the larger file if you have the download bandwidth. The files are larger than they would normally need to be as both files have a lot of background shading (i.e. the background is a varying shade of grey rather than white).TS-850S Service Manual 29.3 MB PDFIncludes options DRU-2, PS-52, SP-31, VS-2, SO-2.TU-79 Tone Board Manual 238 kB PDFFor the TR-7950/30 radios.There's about 3.15 GB of additional Kenwood documentation that was sent to repeater-builder anonymously. It's stored at our sister-site that can be found here. 2b1af7f3a8