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Hello there, I own a Lexus GX470 2004 ( American export), and I live in Europe ( Germany) How can reprogram the Radio frequency from currently odd numbers too frequency numbers odd as well as even number frequency.

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You type in the frequency you want and the scanner should round it off at the nearest frequency its step size will allow, that works fine with the radios of the past but soon (in less than 4 years here in america) the communications industry is going to more narrowbanded radios with new modulation schemes for more effiencent use of the spectrum.

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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:

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

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