Re: my owner's manual for Uniden BC370CRS is NO help! ...
Find the frequency you would like to store, press "E" pgm, then select the bank you would like to store it in (1 thru 10) by using arrow up or down then hit "E" again and it will save it in that bank. When you hit scan this will scan all your saved frequencies.
For scanning all frequencies not saved, move the switch to scanner and arrow up or down, when you find one you would like to save follow the process above.
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My name is John. I will be assisting you with your issue today.
I think you already have a digital scanner. Here is a link to help you
with a manualthat's all you need. http://www.uniden.com/pdf/bc370crsom.pdf
You can get the frequencies for your state here. www.RadioReference.com
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Defaults are basically all zeroes except for band edges, modes, steps, and NOAA weather channels, all of which are listed in the owner's manual. All other data, including frequency memories, time zone, etc. must be user programmed. Need the manual? You can download and print it, at no cost, here:
- Slide the MODE switch to the "Scanner" position. - Press and hold the POWER button momentarily to power the scanner ON. - Turn the SQUELCH knob slowly to the left until scanning stops and you hear a hissing noise. - Turn the Volume level down to a comfortable level. - Turn the SQUELCH knob to the right - slowly, until scanning resumes. - Press HOLD. - Press E (PGM). - Press 0, 1. - Press HOLD. - Enter your first frequency, including the decimal point (EX: 158.075). - Press E (PGM).
You've just programmed channel 01. To contimue programming, press the up arrow to advance to channel 02, press HOLD, enter your frequency, etc.
When you're finished programming, press the SCAN key.
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