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I have a uniden trunk tracker 3 it seems to have a pause in the middle of any transmission ,what can i do?

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SOURCE: TRUNK TRACKER 3

Is your disk full? If there is no space for the scanned data to be written, then you will notice a pause. Clean up the disk or store in alternative location.
S. Mohan

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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