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Trying to program uniden bc60xlt-1. When I enter a frequency and press Manual, screen says ERROR . What am I doing wrong?

Downloaded owner's manual, following all instructions. Help!

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Hit Manual first, then type in Frequency, then press Enter

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SOURCE: owners manuel BC60XLT-1 30 channel 10 band radio scanner

one of the following should be the correct one, both are for the same model, but i believe there may have been submodels

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/bc60XLTom.pdf

http://www.racescanners.com/~draley/ScannerManuals/BC60XLT-1om.pdf

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SOURCE: How do I Program my Uniden Bearcat BC60XLT

i am having trouble programing frequencies into my scanner i need help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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SOURCE: programming error BCT8 Uniden

Hello.
Back to answer my own question.
I just found the problem. If you try to program one of these scanners (Uniden BCT8) and you keep getting a "pr9-loc" message every time you try to enter a frequency and "M-LOCK" is showing in the upper right corner of the display press and hold the M-Lock (E) key until it beeps twice and "M-LOCK" disappears from the display. You're now set to program.
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SOURCE: my owner's manual for Uniden BC370CRS is NO help! Program help!

Find the frequency you would like to store, press "E" pgm, then select the bank you would like to store it in (1 thru 10) by using arrow up or down then hit "E" again and it will save it in that bank. When you hit scan this will scan all your saved frequencies.
For scanning all frequencies not saved, move the switch to scanner and arrow up or down, when you find one you would like to save follow the process above.

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SOURCE: How do I Program my Uniden Bearcat BC60XLT

Here's the link for your manual It's 3.71mb http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC60XLT-1om.pdf . The manual is written for "People" not "engineers" If you still have problems, post a reply and I can help further. Hope this helps

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