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Not sure if this still run on any TV stations block. It was on CBS, FOX, UPN, CW/WGN. your basic local channels.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4Licensing_Corporation

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Hi...juz wanna know wat wud be d possible solution for this tv problem. It lacks some channels and didnt respond correctly to the channel and its station. In other words besides that it lacks some channels...


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Most Regency Scanners have the same basic programming setup.

Try the following.

Press "Manual"
One of the channels will show up in the display, probably channel 1.

Enter the frequency you want to enter, example 162.550

Press "Enter"

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Enter the channel number you want to put that frequency in, example to put that frequency into channel 4 enter the number 4.

Note that on some models for channels 1-9 you must enter the channel as a 2 digit number so enter 04 for channel 4.

You can repeat this process to enter all the frequecy's you want and just change the channel number.

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