No... wont work. have the same scanner you need to search for frequencies manually. can help you with that just need to know what settings do you have 66.0 to 512.0 search range? as well as the 800 band?
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Hi, my name is John. Get your frequencies here www.RadioReference.com .....Are you including the decimal point when programing.....hope this was helpful....Rate this solution on the four thumbs-up....John
You didn't mention the make or model of your scanner, so I can't provide a response specific to your unit, but the trailing zero is meaningless, so there's no reason to enter it. Some bands on some scanners will only accept three decimal digits, but the scanner should round off your entry and still receive the intended frequency.
Look in the owners manual, or online for the procedure. Or you can, as I remember, with the unit off, push number 2 and 9, then while holding down, turn unit on. Hold buttons until the display shows all zeros in the frequencie display. This will remove all frequencies so you can reprogram again.
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.