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Zero Activity Is there someone out there that can help me with a Pro-64 Hypercan by Radio Shack. I pulled a number of frequencies off the web and entered them as best I know how and ---- nothing.

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First to check if your scanner receives try the weather station,it that works then check that your squelch control is not set too low, turn it up till the static from a channel that is not transmitting stops.Also check the antenna ,remove it and then put it back on.If none of this works try removeing the batteries for a few minutes and then putting them back in, or reset your scanner according to the instuctions in the users manual.

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How do i program a pro-135 200 channel hand held scanner from radio shack


  1. 1. Press "MAN."
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  3. 3. Use the number keys to enter both the channel storage bank and the channel number you want to assign to a frequency.
  4. 4. Press "MAN."
  5. 5. Use the number keys to enter the frequency and don't forget decimal point.
  6. 6. Press "ENT/PGM" to store the frequency into the channel.
  7. 7. you just stored a frequency into a channel. Repeat steps above until you have your scanner programmed how you want.
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Hi my name is John. Turn the unit on, press PGM,enter the channel you want to store the frequency in (1-200), press PGM,use the number keys and DELAY/. to enter the frequency you want, including the decimal point. Press ENTER to store the frequency, and your done..Get your frequency,s here www.RadipReference.com ..or www.RadioFreq.com.. Hope this was helpful.....Rate this solution on the four thumbs-up....good luck.. John

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How do clear the scanner to re program it


Programming a frequency into a channel clears the previous channel entry, so there's really no need to "clear" the scanner for reprogramming. To eliminate an unwanted frequency, you can either press the LOCKOUT key to prevent the scanner from stopping on a specific channel, or you can "zero" a channel:

1. Press SCAN/MAN to stop
scanning.
2. Use the number keys to enter
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3. Press PGM. F=C appears.
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Need the manual for your scanner? You can download/print it here:

http://support.radioshack.com/support_electronics/doc69/69887.pdf

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press the "prog" key followed by the "Trunk" key then the number "1" key.
Press the "down arrow" key until you see the initials Ed on the screen
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you must press the E key and the Prog key after each frequency, after you finish entering your frequencies, press the scan key.

If you need to clear your scanner, turn it off, press and hold down the number 2 and number 9 keys, while holding them down turn the scanner back on, "clear" should start flashing on the screen, once "clear" stops flashing you can enter the frequencies.

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