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I am having trouble clearing out old frequences in my bc80xlt uniden bearcat 50 channel scanner. Any sugestions?

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Hi marie , follow these instructions carfully ,

1. Place the scanner on it's back on a hard surface with it turned "OFF".
2. Press down and hold down the following keys with your left hand. (MANUAL), (2) and (9)
3. While holding down these buttons, use your other hand to turn the scanner power "ON". Continue to hold all the buttons down until you hear a "click" and all the channels are cleared to 000.0000.

hope thats a fix ya .

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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