How to Use and Clean the Kenwood Kpg-56d 4.2l Stand Mixer with Multiple Attachments
note: if you have several radios connected to the serial dongle, you will need to unplug and plug back in to each radio before you program the next radio. this will ensure they are all programmed correctly.
Kenwood Kpg-56d 4.2l
now that the radio is programmed, you can start testing it. run the radio as if it was a normal radio by clicking on the radio button. test the volume control. test the frequency control by clicking on the volume buttons.
the kpg-56d utility is much more complicated - you will need the kpg_56d.zip file. once you have extracted it into the "programfiles\dosbox\scripts" folder, you can access the kpg_56d_instructions.txt file and it will guide you through how to use the program.
then, you will use the user instruction. this instructs the radio to go to that specific code at the specified location. the default location is 0x30. as an example, if we want to change from our old frequency of 24542 on 718 for the new 24543 on 625 we would type:
while the radio is in the user mode, you can type any other 5 digit code (starting with 0x20) that you want to send it. once the user command has finished sending, the radio will go into test mode. you can send the code again, if you want to. once you are sure everything has worked, press the ptt button to tell the radio that you are all done. it will then go back to the programming mode. when done, you should get a message on the display saying that it is ready. press ok to accept and return to the programming menu.
then, you will use the adr instruction. adr is much like the user instruction, but it expects a five digit code to be sent instead of a one. the default location is 0xb0. as an example, if we want to change from our old frequency of 24542 on 718 for the new 24543 on 625 we would type: