Question about Uniden BC898T Base Scanner
Just bought a BC898T. I'm not sure if it's me (and it could be) or if the scanner is defective. I've been trying to get the scanner to search in order to find active frequencies. I guess I need step by step instructions. The owners manual/users guide is not much help
I cant get the scanner to search all frequencies
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
To set up a search on the BC898T:
- Turn the scanner ON.
- Press MANUAL to stop scanning.
- Press SRC.
- Press HOLD.
- Select a memory bank by pushing one of the bank buttons (A through J). You can set up a search range in each memory bank.
- Enter the lower frequency (where the search will start), including the decimal point.
- Press E.
- Enter the upper frequency (where the search will stop).
- Press E.
Your search parameters are programmed. To search, push MANUAL to stop scanning, SRC to enter search mode, and the letter(s) for the memory bank(s) that you want to search.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
How do i reset my scanner so all the channels will show 000.000
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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