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Make sure you do have frequencys stored. Turn it on, push button to clock, then press bitton to scanner, then press hold, then the channel # you want it in, press hold again, now press e, enter frequency, press e again, if you want more channels press up, press e. Do this until channels are full or what you want. Then press scan if radio is ok it should scan.
- With power ON, press MANUAL to stop scanning. - Enter the number of the channel that you wish to program (01 - 30). - Press MANUAL. - Enter the frequency, including decimal point (for example, 156.065). - Press E to enter/store the frequency into memory. - Press MANUAL to advance to the next channel for programming.
For more information, you can download/print the manual for your scanner here:
For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning information, visit:
If you know the frequency, push the program button,use channel up-down till you see the frequency you want, you may have to flip the switch in the back. You can get frequency,s at RadioFreq.com .....hope this helps...
Turn on the radio Press the "band" button Keep pressing the "band" button until you come within the parameters of the frequency that you want Let the radio scan until it gets close to the actual frequency that you're looking for Press the "hold" button and use the arrow "up" or "down" button till you lock in the correct frequency Once you have the frequency locked in, press the "program" button Press the "private" button The unused channel will be flashing Press the "program" button, this locks the frequency into that channel Continue this process until all of the frequencies are loaded into the radio
I would try redownloading and reflashing the firmware on the scanner. If this doesn't work, you may want to try downgrading to the previous version of the firmware. If you are unable to redownload the firmware from Uniden, there is a Yahoogroup dedicated to this radio.
Also in the files section, there are older versions of the firmware.
There is no global clear/erase function on the BC350C, but programming a new frequency on a channel automatically deletes/erases the old frequency. To delete an inactive or troublesome frequency, program "000.0" in that channel. Doing so will deleted the previously programmed frequency and set the LOCKOUT to ON for that channel. For more information on deleting frequencies, see page 27 of your operating manual.