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push manual on the scanner push manual again to see if the channel changes if so then push the scan button , if still no scan see if the volume is turned up. if not turn it up and see if you have any white noise , if you have what is called white noise turn the squelch till the noise is gone then press scan if it still does not scan you may have all the channels locked out and if so they need to be unlocked refer to the manual to know how to unlock channels then try again if that does not work scanner may need to be repaired
If there is no frequencies on your scanner it will lock all channels out. if all your frequencies are on one bank and you accidentally hit that bank number and turn it off it will lock out all channels. If that's the case just hit that bank no. back on and they will unlock.
You are referring to banks, not channels. When bank 0 is active, then you push 0 to de-activate it, you have now removed all your banks from the scan list. To re-activate any bank, just press any number. This is confusing because locking out a channel and removing a bank from the scan list are two very different operations but use the same terminology.
You are pressing the "scan" button in the upper left hand position and getting all channels locked out? Correct? If
you haven't programmed any frequencies the channels will stay locked
out. Get your local frequencies by doing a search for police scanner
frequencies. Once you have gotten the information for your area press
the "PGM" button on the lower right hand side of the key pad. Input
your 1st frequency ###.#### then press "ENTER". Press "PGM"key again
and enter your 2nd frequency then "ENTER" again. Repeat as often as you
wish to enter more frequencies. When you are done, (you can stop
any time) press the "SCAN" button in the upper left hand position and
you are in business. You are supposed to be able to choose which memory
position you wish to use but I haven't tried to figure that one out. If you need the manual for the radio go to radioshack site and do a search for PRO95 and it will come up in PDF format. Hope
this helps. I have owned the pro 95 for maybe 6 or 7 years and after
doing a little programming yesterday the thing is much more to my
liking. It scanns quicker and scans the channels I wish to listen to.
if all the channels are 000.000 then it wont scann youll have to hit manual then enter a freq then hit the "e" button. once you hit manual youll be able to push the up and down arrows to select an channel you wish to imput a feq. Hope this helps.
first press the manual button so you can go through the channels one by
one. Then look for a button that has L/O(lock out) push this once for
every channel you have a frequency programmed for it, the channel will
probably not unlock if there is no frequecy programmed to it.
i dont remember if this was a uniden model
im assuming so
get the catalog number off the back of the unit and go to the radio shack site and download the manual or do a google search on it
there is a button sequence that will clear all the memory in the unit
a lot of the uniden codes will work on those products