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Last zero in a code important??

If a code is 765.9080 is 765.908 ok because i cant put the last number in thanks

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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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