UH7700NB
Mini Compact
UHF CB Transceiver
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Contents
Introduction3
Controls & Connectors
4
Indicators6
Included with your UH7700NB Transceiver
7
Connecting the Microphone
8
Mounting the MIC Hanger
9
Operation10
Turning on the Power
10
Setting the Squelch Level
10
Monitor
12
Selecting a Channel
12
Programming the Instant Priority Channel
12
Recalling the Instant Channel
13
Transmitting
13
Call Function
13
Using Repeater Channels
13
Operating the UHF CB Radio in Duplex Mode
15
Scanning
15
Open Scan (OS) Mode
16
Group Scan (GS) Mode & Priority Watch
16
Add/Remove Channels from SCAN Memory
17
CTCSS & DCS
17
Busy Channel Lockout
18
Selecting the Call tone
18
Roger Beep
19
Beep On/Off
19
Backlight Colours
19
Backlight Brightness
20
LCD Flip
20
CTCSS Codes Table
21
DCS Codes Table
22
UHF CB Channel Guidelines
23
UHF CB Channels & Frequencies
24
Warranty26
UNIDEN UH7700NB
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UHF CB Transceiver
Introduction
The Uniden UH7700NB is designed to provide you with years of trouble
free service. Its rugged components and materials are capable of
withstanding harsh environments. Please read this Operating Manual
carefully to ensure you gain the optimum performance of the unit.
NOTE
The citizen band radio service is licenced in Australia by
ACMA Radio-communications (Citizen Band Radio Stations)
Class Licence and in New Zealand by MED General User
Licence for Citizen Band Radio and operation is subject to
conditions contained in those licenses.
Features
• 38 built in CTCSS (Continuous
Tone Coded Squelch System)
codes and 104 DCS (Digital
Coded Squelch) are selectable
• Auto squelch detection
threshold control (“oF”, “1” ~ “9”)
• Volume control (“oF”, “1” ~ “40”)
• Power On/Off control SW
• Optional External Speaker
• Flip LCD function
• 7 LCD/Key Backlight Colour Options
• 4 LCD/Key Backlight Brightness
Levels
• Under and over voltage alert
function
• Narrow Band (NB) 80 Channel Radio*
• 12V DC Power Input
• Built-in AVS Circuitry†
• Transmission power 5W
• LCD display
• Signal strength and RF power
(S/RF) meter
• Instant channel programming
• One touch Instant channel
recalling
• Selectable scanning type from
group scan (GS) and open scan
(OS).
• Scan channel memory On/Off
function separately divided into
OS and GS
• Monitor On/Off function
• Duplex capability*
• Key Beep On/Off function
• Rotary Channel select knob
• Busy Channel lock-out function
• Roger beep function On/Off
• 5 different CALL Tones
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* Refer to p.23 - p.25 for
channel information
†
AVS - Automatic Volume Stabilizer
detects and manages incoming
audio to comparable levels.
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UHF CB Transceiver
Controls & Connectors
1
6
2
5
7
8
4
3
UH7700 NB Series Standard Microphone
9
10
15
CALL
11
13
INST
12
14
16
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UHF CB Transceiver
Controls & Connectors
1 10 UHF Antenna Connection
Menu Button
/ Monitor function
(press & hold)
11 CALL - Call Tone Button
2 PUSH control - Squelch 12 INST - Instant Channel
Button
Select (press)
/Power On/Off (press & hold)
ROTARY control - CHANNEL Selector
3 /
control
4 13 PTT - Push To Talk Button
14 MICROPHONE
- Volume Up/Down
15 RJ45 type plug
Channel Scan button
/ Scan Memory
(press & hold)
16 Front MIC Jack Cover
5 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
6 MIC - Front Microphone Jack
7 Speaker
8 Power Input Connection
(13.8VDC)
9 EXT SP - External Speaker
Jack
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UHF CB Transceiver
Indicators
6
5
4
3
2
1
1 - Receive Signal Level (Channel Busy Indicator)
- Transmit Signal Power Level
2 - Channel Number / Menu Item Setting
3 - CTCSS/DCS Code number / Menu Item
4 - Scan mode
5 - Channel in Memory
6 - Instant Channel
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Owner’s Manual
Mounting Bracket with
mounting screws
Microphone Hanger
with screws, washers
DC Power Cord
with fuse
Optional Accessories:
• BTMIC kit
• UHF Antenna
• External Speaker
Visit the UH7700NB page on the website for more information on the
availability of optional accessories;
www.uniden.com.au for Australia
www.uniden.co.nz for New Zealand
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Connecting the Microphone
MIC Jack
Push the MIC plug at the end of the microphone into the MIC jack until
the connection locks into place. Gently tug the MIC cord to test that the
connection is locked. Use the rubber cover which is on the MIC cord to
seal the MIC jack entry from dust.
Disconnecting the MIC from the MIC Jack
Pull back the rubber cover and move it down along the cord. Using the
flat blade of a screwdriver or similar object carefully push the lock tab of
the MIC plug towards the MIC cord and at the same time tug on the MIC
cord to draw back the MIC plug.
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Mounting the MIC Hanger
The Microphone Hanger comes in two parts. How and where you mount
the MIC hanger will determine which parts to use.
Conventional Mounting with Screws
Use the front part of the MIC Hanger only.
Locate a suitable mounting position and mark and drill two 3mm holes.
Fix the MIC Hanger into place with screws.
Conventional Mounting with Double Sided Tape
(not supplied)
High quality Double-Sided tape can be found at good retail stores.
Secure the front and back pieces of the MIC Hanger using the supplied
binding screws.
Locate a suitable mounting position.
Apply high quality Double-Sided tape
onto the flat area of the MIC
Hanger back piece and then
press firmly to the mounting
position.
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Operation
Turning on the Power
Press and hold the Power/Channel Selector.
Low-Voltage/High-Voltage Alert
If the power supply voltage exceeds 18VDC, an alert tone
sounds and dc HI flashes for 5 seconds. The power source
must not exceed 25VDC otherwise permanent damage
may occur to your radio, which may not be covered by the
manufacturer’s warranty.
NOTE
If the input voltage falls below 10VDC, dc Lo flashes for 5
seconds. The power turns off automatically if voltage falls
below 8.5VDC.
Switch your UH7700NB OFF and disconnect it from the power
source, before locating the cause of the power supply problem.
Setting the Squelch Level
Press the Power/Channel Selector momentarily. SqL shows and the
current squelch level will flash.
Turn the Channel Selector to select the desired squelch level.
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Operation
oF(off) - squelch open.
1 - max sensitivity (min squelch)
5 - med sensitivity (med squelch)
9 - min sensitivity (max/tight squelch)
NOTE
You must select a channel which is not in use before setting
the SQUELCH control. (see p.12 for “Selecting a Channel”).
Think of the squelch control as a
gate. If you increase the squelch level
to maximum it raises the ‘Squelch
gate’ so only the strongest signals get
through.
If you decrease the squelch level to
minimum it lowers the ‘Squelch Gate’
to the extent that weak signals can
get through.
If unwanted weak and noisy signals
are getting through increase the
squelch level (‘Squelch Gate’) to a
medium level. Now only medium
and strong signals get through.
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Operation
Monitor
Press and hold
to open the squelch and receive all weak signals.
Press and hold
again to cancel.
Selecting a Channel
Turn the Channel Selector to select the desired channel.
NOTE
For your reference a list of the available channels,
corresponding frequencies and guidelines for their use and
selection is printed on page 23. For Australia, Channels 05
UH7700
Seriesfor
Standard
Microphone
and
35 areNB
reserved
Emergency
Calls.
Programming the Instant Priority Channel
Turn the Channel Selector to select the
Priority Channel you prefer.
Press and hold [INST] on the microphone
for 2 seconds to store the new setting.
The
icon appears.
CALL
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INST
UHF CB Transceiver
Operation
Recalling the Instant Channel
Momentarily press [INST] on the microphone at any time to return to the
Instant Channel. Press [INST] again to return to the previous channel.
Transmitting
The UHF CB Radio uses UHF-CB Channels.
NOTE
For your reference a list of the available channels,
corresponding frequencies and guidelines for their use and
selection is printed on page 23. For Australia, Channels 05
and 35 are reserved for Emergency Calls.
Select the desired channel. Press the microphone’s PTT button and
speak normally into the microphone. Hold it approx. 7cm from your mouth.
Release the [PTT] button to end the transmission and listen for a reply.
Call Function
Press [CALL] on the microphone. A three second ringing tone will
be transmitted. You may select from 5 types of tones (see p.18 for
“Selecting the Call tone”).
NOTE
Current regulations require calling tones to be restricted to
one transmission per minute. If a second transmission is
attempted within one minute then an error tone will sound.
Using Repeater Channels
UHF CB Repeaters are used to retransmit or relay your signal. Repeaters
will extend the range of your radio and overcome the shielding effect caused
by solid obstructions. In normal Simplex operation, your radio transmits on
one particular frequency and receives on that same frequency.
If there is a barrier that partially blocks your transmitted signal, the
probability of another radio receiving the signal is very slim. Hills, tall
buildings, metallic structures,...etc tend to act as a screen between radios.
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Operation
Standard Operation without the aid of a Repeater station.
Operation with the aid of a Repeater Repeater Station (Duplex).
The signal coming from your radio is received by the Repeater Station
and the re-transmitted at the same time on another channel. This
operation is called “Duplexing”.
For example,
CH01 on Duplex Mode will Receive on CH01 but Transmit on CH31
CH02 on Duplex Mode will Receive on CH02 but Transmit on CH32
etc...
If you transmit on CH01 Duplex mode, you are actually transmitting
on CH31 the repeater station down-converts your signal and
retransmits on CH01.
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Operation
Operating the UHF CB Radio in Duplex Mode
For this example we are adopting CH01 as the channel being used in
your area for repeater use.
2 times. The duplex setting flashes.
1. Press
/
to change the setting
2. Turn the Channel Selector or press
between simplex and duplex (“ r ” for repeater channels 01 - 08 or “ n “
for repeater channels 41 - 48).
3. Press
to store the setting.
to save & exit the menu mode. Only channels
4. Press and hold
01 - 08 and 41 - 48 are available for Duplex.
NOTE
Check with your local Retailer for information on available
repeaters.
Scanning
The scan feature allows you to search for active channels automatically.
The UH7700NB has two types of scanning; Open Scanning (OS) and
Group Scanning (GS), to give you flexibility and allow you to use the
radio more effectively.
and Scanning starts. The
icon appears. The scan
1.Press
direction can be changed at any time by rotating the channel selector
left or right.
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Operation
2.To deactivate SCAN, press
.
Open Scan (OS) Mode
Allows continuous scanning of all selected channels. If an active channel
is found, scanning will stop on that channel. If the received signal
ceases, the unit will wait 3 seconds for the signal to return, otherwise
scanning resumes. After transmission in scan mode, the unit will wait 20
seconds for the signal to return, otherwise scanning resumes. To skip
the active channel, turn the Channel Selector.
Group Scan (GS) Mode & Priority Watch
Includes the accessory feature, Priority Watch, which allows you to
monitor the Instant Priority Channel while scanning.
To use GS Mode Scanning;
1. Press
3 times. Scn shows and the oS/GS setting flashes.
2. Turn the Channel Selector or press
3. Press
/
to change the setting to GS.
to store the setting.
4. Press and hold
to save & exit the menu mode.
GS Scanning checks the Instant Priority Channel for activity every 1.5
seconds.
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Operation
If the Priority Channel becomes active the radio will stay on that channel
for as long as the signal is present. If the received signal ceases, Priority
Scanning continues after 3 seconds. If scanning stops on a channel
which is not a Priority Channel, the radio will continue monitoring the
Priority Channel for activity while listening to the active one.
To deactivate SCAN, press the
button.
Add/Remove Channels from SCAN Memory
Select which Scanning Mode you wish to use; OS or GS.
Select the channel you want to store.
Press and hold
to store. The
icon appears and a short tone is
heard. To remove the channel from SCAN memory, press and hold
once more. The
icon disappears.
CTCSS (Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System)
& DCS (Digital Coded Squelch)
Turn the Rotary Channel Selector to the desired channel to use CTCSS
or DCS.
1. Press
1 time. CTCSS/DCS setting appears.
2.Turn the Channel Selector or press
/
to select the desired
CTCSS code 01 - 38 or DCS code 01 - 104 (code 100 - 104 is
represented by o0 - o4). To turn off CTCSS/DCS select the oF code.
3. Press
to store the setting.
to save & exit menu mode.
4. Press & hold
The CTCSS/DCS code displays for the selected channel.
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Operation
Busy Channel Lockout
If the channel is already in use, you can prevent the UHF CB Radio from
transmitting . This is particularly important when using CTCSS/DCS.
1. Press
4 times. The BCL setting flashes.
2. Turn the Channel Selector or press
between ON or OFF.
3. Press
/
to change the setting
to store the setting.
4. Press and hold
to save & exit menu mode.
Selecting the Call tone
1. Press
5 times. The call tone setting flashes.
2. Turn the Channel Selector or press
between 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
3. Press
/
to change the setting
to store the setting.
4. Press and hold
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to exit from the menu mode.
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Operation
Roger Beep
1. Press
6 times. The roger beep setting flashes.
2. Turn the Channel Selector or press
between ON or OFF.
3. Press
/
to change the setting
to store the setting.
4. Press and hold
to save & exit menu mode.
Beep On/Off
1. Press
7 times. The Beep setting flashes.
2. Turn the Channel Selector or press
between ON or OFF.
3. Press
/
to change the setting
to store the setting.
4. Press and hold
to save & exit menu mode.
Backlight Colours
1. Press
8 times. The Backlight setting flashes.
/
to change the setting
2. Turn the Channel Selector or press
between Blue, Red, Purple(magenta), Green, Cyan, Yellow and
Clear (white).
3. Press
to store the setting.
4. Press and hold
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to exit from the menu mode.
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Operation
Backlight Brightness
1. Press
9 times. The Backlight Brightness setting flashes.
2. Turn the Channel Selector or press
/
between Off (oF), 1(Lo), 2(mid) and 3(Hi).
3. Press
to change the setting
to store the setting.
4. Press and hold
to save & exit menu mode.
LCD Flip
1. Press
10 times. The Flip setting flashes.
2. Turn the Channel Selector or press
orientation.
3. Press
/
to change the flip
to store the setting.
4. Press and hold
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to save & exit menu mode.
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CTCSS codes table
Code No.
Frequency (Hz)
Code No.
Frequency (Hz)
“oF’
OFF
20
131.8
1
67.0
21
136.5
2
71.9
22
141.3
3
74.4
23
146.2
4
77.0
24
151.4
5
79.7
25
156.7
6
82.5
26
162.2
7
85.4
27
167.9
8
88.5
28
173.8
9
91.5
29
179.9
10
94.8
30
186.2
11
97.4
31
192.8
12
100.0
32
203.5
13
103.5
33
210.7
14
107.2
34
218.1
15
110.9
35
225.7
16
114.8
36
223.6
17
118.8
37
241.8
18
123.0
38
250.3
19
127.3
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DCS codes table
Code No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
DCS Code
(Octal)
023
025
026
031
032
036
043
047
051
053
054
065
071
072
073
074
114
115
116
122
125
131
132
134
143
145
152
155
156
162
165
172
174
205
212
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DCS Code
(Octal)
223
225
226
243
244
245
246
251
252
255
261
263
265
266
271
274
306
311
315
325
331
332
343
346
351
356
364
365
371
411
412
413
423
431
432
Code No.
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
22
Code No.
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100 (do0)
101 (do1)
102 (do2)
103 (do3)
104 (do4)
DCS Code
(Octal)
445
446
452
454
455
462
464
465
466
503
506
516
523
526
532
546
565
606
612
624
627
631
632
654
662
664
703
712
723
731
732
734
743
754
UHF CB Transceiver
UHF CB Channel Guidelines
NOTE
Always listen on a channel (or observe the receive signal level
meter) to ensure it is not already being used before transmitting.
Channels 5 and 35 are used for emergency channels.
CTCSS and DCS will not operate on these channels.
Please follow these guidelines for channel use in Australia:
• Channels 05 and 35 are Emergency Channels.
• Channel 11 is a Calling Channel.
• Channels 22 and 23 are for telemetry and telecommand
applications, channels 61, 62 and 63 are for future use and TX is
inhibited on these channels.
General communication is accepted on all other channels
with these guidelines:
• Channel 40 - road channel (Australia).
• Channels 01-08 (and 31-38), and Channels 41-48
(and 71-78) are repeater channels.
Important information - 80 Channel UHF CB channel expansion
To provide all users additional channel capacity within the UHF CB
Band. The ACMA will change the majority of the current wideband 40
channel use to narrowband channel use. This allows for additional
channels to be added, up to 80 Channels.
This simply means that the new narrowband radio you have purchased
will have more channels than older radios. Please refer to the guidelines
above and the channel chart for further channel information.
A list of currently authorised channels can also be obtained from the
ACMA website in Australia and the MED website in New Zealand.
NOTE
Interference / Poor Audio
When a new narrowband radio receives a signal from an older
wideband radio the speech may sound loud - however the
UH7700NB’s built-in AVS (Automatic Volume Stabilizer) circuitry will
detect and manage incoming audio to comparable levels.
Narrowband radios operating on CH41 - CH80 may encounter
interference from a nearby wideband radios transmitting on high
power on an adjacent channel (frequency).
When an older wideband radio receives a signal from a new
narrowband radio the speech may sound quiet - the wideband radio
user simply adjusts their radio volume for best performance.
The above situations are not a fault of the radio but a symptom of mixed
wideband and narrowband radios in current use. It is expected that as
older wideband radios are phased out this issue will be eliminated.
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UHF CB Channels & Frequencies
CH
No.
Simplex Mode
Transmit
/ Receive
Frequency (MHz)
Duplex Mode
Transmit
Frequency (MHz)
CH
No.
Simplex Mode
Transmit
/ Receive
Frequency (MHz)
1
476.425
477.175 (CH31)
21
476.925
2
476.450
477.200 (CH32)
22
476.950 (RX only)
3
476.475
477.225 (CH33)
23
476.975 (RX only)
4
476.500
477.250 (CH34)
24
477.000
5
476.525
477.275 (CH35)
25
477.025
6
476.550
477.300 (CH36)
26
477.050
7
476.575
477.325 (CH37)
27
477.075
8
476.600
477.350 (CH38)
28
477.100
9
476.625
29
477.125
10
476.650
30
477.150
11
476.675
31
477.175
12
476.700
32
477.200
13
476.725
33
477.225
14
476.750
34
477.250
15
476.775
35
477.275
16
476.800
36
477.300
17
476.825
37
477.325
18
476.850
38
477.350
19
476.875
39
477.375
20
476.900
40
477.400
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UHF CB Channels & Frequencies
CH
No.
Simplex Mode
Transmit
/ Receive
Frequency (MHz)
Duplex Mode
Transmit
Frequency (MHz)
CH
No.
Simplex Mode
Transmit
/ Receive
Frequency (MHz)
41
476.4375
477.1875 (CH 71)
61
42
476.4625
477.2125 (CH 72)
62
43
476.4875
477.2375 (CH 73)
63
future use
476.9375 (RX only)
future use
476.9625 (RX only)
future use
476.9625 (RX only)
44
476.5125
477.2625 (CH 74)
64
477.0125
45
476.5375
477.2875 (CH 75)
65
477.0375
46
476.5625
477.3125 (CH 76)
66
477.0625
47
476.5875
477.3375 (CH 77)
67
477.0875
48
476.6125
477.3625 (CH 78)
68
477.1125
49
476.6375
69
477.1375
50
476.6625
70
477.1625
51
476.6875
71
477.1875
52
476.7125
72
477.2125
53
476.7375
73
477.2375
54
476.7625
74
477.2625
55
476.7875
75
477.2875
56
476.8125
76
477.3125
57
476.8375
77
477.3375
58
476.8625
78
477.3625
59
476.8875
79
477.3875
60
476.9125
80
477.4125
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Warranty
UNIDEN UH7700NB UHF CB Transceiver
IMPORTANT: Satisfactory evidence of the original purchase is required
for warranty service
Please refer to our Uniden website for any details or warranty durations offered
in addition to those contained below.
Warrantor: The warrantor is either Uniden Australia Pty Limited ABN 58 001
865 498 (“Uniden Aust”) or Uniden New Zealand Limited (“Uniden NZ”) as the
case may be.
Terms of Warranty: Uniden Aust/NZ warrants to the original retail purchaser
only that the UH7700NB (“the Product”), will be free from defects in materials
and craftsmanship for the duration of the warranty period, subject to the
limitations and exclusions set out below.
Warranty period: This warranty to the original retail purchaser is only valid in
the original country of purchase for a Product first purchased either in Australia
or New Zealand and will expire three (3) years from the date of the original
retail sale.
If a warranty claim is made, this warranty will not apply if the Product is found
by Uniden to be:
(A) Damaged or not maintained in a reasonable manner or as recommended
in the relevant Uniden Owner’s Manual;
(B) Modified, altered or used as part of any conversion kits, subassemblies or any configurations not sold by Uniden Aust or Uniden NZ;
(C) Improperly installed contrary to instructions contained in the relevant
Owner’s Manual
(D) Repaired by someone other than an authorized Uniden Repair Agent
in relation to a defect or malfunction covered by this warranty; or
(E) Used in conjunction with any equipment, parts or a system not
manufactured by Uniden.
Parts Covered: This warranty covers the Product and included accessories.
User-generated Data: This warranty does not cover any claimed loss of
or damage to user-generated data (including but without limitation phone
numbers, addresses and images) that may be stored on your Product.
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Warranty
Statement of Remedy: If the Product is found not to conform to this warranty
as stated above, the Warrantor, at its discretion, will either repair the defect or
replace the Product without any charge for parts or service. This warranty does
not include any reimbursement or payment of any consequential damages
claimed to arise from a Product’s failure to comply with the warranty.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian
Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure
and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage.
You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to
be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
This warranty is in addition to and sits alongside your rights under either the
COMPETITION AND CONSUMER ACT 2010 (Australia) or the CONSUMER
GUARANTEES ACT (New Zealand) as the case may be, none of which can be
excluded.
Procedure for obtaining warranty service: Depending on the country in
which the Product was first purchased, if you believe that your Product does
not conform with this warranty, you should deliver the Product, together with
satisfactory evidence of your original purchase (such as a legible copy of the
sales docket) to Uniden at the addresses shown below. You should contact
Uniden regarding any compensation that may be payable for your expenses
incurred in making a warranty claim. Prior to delivery, we recommend that you
make a backup copy of any phone numbers, images or other data stored on
your Product, in case it is lost or damaged during warranty service.
UNIDEN AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Service Division
345 Princes Highway,
Rockdale, NSW 2216
Phone: 1300 366 895
Email: custservice@uniden.com.au
UNIDEN UH7700NB
UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND LTD
Service Division
150 Harris Road, East Tamaki
Auckland 2013
Phone: (09) 273 8377
Email: service@uniden.co.nz
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