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Push the "L/O" lockout button and it will lockout that channel.
When you press "Scan" you have to have at least one of the banks scanning, so press 1, 2, 3,....9, 0 whatever bank you have channels programmed in order to automatically scan. You should be able to press "Manual" to see each channel individually.
Your can RESET your scanner to erase all data that you've programmed into it and return it to its original factory settings.To do this: 1. Power the scanner OFF. 2. While holding in the 2, 9, and HOLD keys, power the scanner ON. The process takes about 3 seconds, and the word CLEAr will display.
For single channels, you can program "000.0000" into any one of them to clear its programmed data, or just program a new frequency into the channel. The new data will override the old information.
Need the factory operating manual for your scanner? You can download and print it, free of charge, here: http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC72XLTom.pdf
Sorry, but your BC350C is an oddball that does not allow manual programming. You have to lock on to a freq in the SCAN or SEARCH mode, and then move it to the PRIVATE bank. Details are in the operating manual which you can download and print, at no cost, here:
Start by pressing 'band' & select the band that the freq you want to program is within by using the 'up' or 'down' button, then press 'search' , when you see the display getting close to the desired freq, press 'hold' & then use the 'up' & 'down' buttons to zero in on it. Then press 'program', then press 'private' & select the channel you wish to put it on (1-50). Repeat this process as needed. I find it's easier & faster to program all the freqs within a band as you can assign them to whatever channel you wish within the 50 in the private bank, then do the other bands. Hope this clarifies it, good luck. Regards from Community Communications in Wanaque, NJ.
Hey Emkat, here is a link to your owners manual, all you have to do is download it and print it. The programming starts on pg 24. http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC350Com.pdf If you need freq's to put in it, go here; http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/ Just click on your country, state, county and it'll list all the freq's for you. I hope this helps you out in your search, let us know; Mechanic
If it just seems to be "stuck" on static, you probably need to adjust the Squelch. Try turning the squelch down until the static stops.
If you haven't programmed any frequencies into the banks, scanning won't do anything. Press "Func" and "Scan" to perform a Search. This way, if you find a frequency with a lot of chatter, you can program it into a bank for scanning later.
The easiest thing to do is to find frequencies for your local police, fire, etc. on the internet & program them into the various banks on the scanner.
BC72XLT user manual (page with PDF link)
Google for local frequencies