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Trouble adding frequencies

I don't understand how to set frequencies. It talks about bands, And I dont know how to change bands. Please help me. I start setting frequencies and It doesnt keep them. I put one in, go down one and enter another and when I look back at 1st. one I am in another band and dont know how to get back to where I was.

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First press man, then the channel number you want to fill, then man again, then pgm or program, type in the frequency, and hit enter ( could E or ent). next repeat this process for the next channel you want to program.

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