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Lost my manual, can't program in any new frequencies

I moved and lost my manual. Also now that I have moved to a new state, I need the local frequencies. I have obtained a new list but cannot figure out how to enter them into my PRO 95 scanner. I'm not finding any online manuals available.

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  • TAB Feb 16, 2009

    bunnydawg, thanks so much. I searched and searched and could not get that manual anywhere. Have a blessed day!!!

  • jpry41 Feb 20, 2009

    lost manual and don't know how to program scanner

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    You are welcome... consider bumping the rating up to a fixya .. thanks

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