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Hi,my name is John. Welcome to FixYa. Get your frequency,s here www.RadioReference.com To program your unit, press the PGM button, enter the channel you want to store it in from the key pad, then press PGM button, then enter the frequency you want including the decimal point, then press E button to enter. To program another frequency use the arrow up or down. When your are done, press SCAN and that's it....good luck and thanks for choosing FixYa....John
Your scanner is a basic 10-channel "oldie" and it's fairly simple to program and operate. To enter/program a known frequency:
- Power the scanner On - Press MANUAL to stop scanning - Press MANUAL repeatedly to advance to the channel that you wish to program - Enter the desired frequency, including the decimal point (e.g., 156.225). - Press E to enter the frequency into memory
Press the MANUAL key to advance through the channels, and press SCAN when you're ready to listen.
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Hi, my name is John. Try to program some frequency,s in it. Get them here. <a href="http://www.RadioFreq.com">www.RadioFreq.com</a> or <a href="http://www.RadioReference.com">www.RadioReference.com</a> ...instructions are #1. Press the E/PGM button. #2. Enter the frequency you want. Press the E/PGM button. #3. To program frequency, press the up- down arrow. #4. To exit, press the HOLD or SCAN button...... hope this was helpful....
This is a new one on me. Press the review key to see if there is a frequency programmed on what could be channel 8 (P missing a segment of the display). Press the manual button then the period twice. If all else fails, open the case and push the reset button.
You can get you frequency you want at www.RadioReference.com ...To program.. Press E/PGM, enter the channel you want, enter the frequency you want including the decimal point, then E/PGM, then SCAN....hope this helps...
Turn on unit.
Press MANUAL button.
Press MANUAL button again to select the channel you want to program.
Note the channel in the display. If there is a hyphenated symbol in the
upper left corner the channel has been locked out. Press the LOCKOUT
button once to remove the symbol or press the LOCKOUT button to lock a
channel out. To find out if there is a frequency programed into that
channel, press the PREVIEW button. Each digit of the frequency that is
stored in memory will be displayed in the LED display. To program a new
frequency into that channel, simply press the digits of the frequency
you want, including the decimal point. Press the "E" keypad key to
enter it into memory. If you get a "E" displayed in the LED display,
the frequency was entered wrong, is not a valid frequency or is out of
range for the scanner. Last but least, the scanner is not working
properly. If the channel is active, (communications going over it) set
SQUELCH to higher number, until you hear the communications or just
noise. To set the SQUELCH, select a channel that has only noise and
turn it down to the point the noise disappears. You make have to
readjust it to your liking. Once you have the channels programed you
can select the SCAN button to listen to all the channels or select the
MANUAL button to listen to just one channel. If there are channels that
you don't want to hear during the scan mode, go to MANUAL and select
the channel you don't want to hear and press LOCKOUT button. Then press
SCAN again it will only scan channels you want to hear.
press the "prog" key followed by the "Trunk" key then the number "1" key. Press the "down arrow" key until you see the initials Ed on the screen Press the "E" key. Enter the frequencies (including the decimals) you must press the E key and the Prog key after each frequency, after you finish entering your frequencies, press the scan key.
If you need to clear your scanner, turn it off, press and hold down the number 2 and number 9 keys, while holding them down turn the scanner back on, "clear" should start flashing on the screen, once "clear" stops flashing you can enter the frequencies.
Not exactly. You can program channels however into the Private bank. To do so though you must search for the channel first...This may simply mean going to a channel you already know by using the band button to start searching...Push the hold button to stop it close to the frequency and then use the arrow keys to get to the exact frequency. then push the Prog button. After pushing it, push the Private button (you will see CH next to the frequency) using the arrow keys select the channel you want to store on and push Prog again. To scan the stored channels simply push the private button...Done! It can be a tedious process...expecially with 50 channels....but It's the only way I know how to do it...Good luck!