Question about Radio Shack Radio Communications

1 Answer

Program stored frequency memory problem

My pro-2046 is 20 years old. my problem is my stored program frequency's stopped storing after i turned it off. i had to reprogram the channels and banks back in but every time i turn it off now i need to reprogram them. how do i go about fixing this anyone? Thanks James

Posted by on


1 Answer

  • Level 3:

    An expert who has achieved level 3 by getting 1000 points


    An expert that got 20 achievements.


    An expert that got 10 achievements.


    An expert that got 5 achievements.

  • Master
  • 1,162 Answers

Very possible this one has an internal battery that need to be replaced. I am not talking about your radio battery itself, inside there is a coin size battery like a 2025, 2020, 2032, etc. you can get them at radio shack, walmart, lots of places. take the back off and look inside to see. mine did and replaced it and now it works fine. your model may be different, but it is worth a try. if that is not the answer then the memeory chip is bad or the the capacitor on it has failed

Posted on Mar 29, 2014

Testimonial: "sorry mine doesn't have a battery on circuit board. or any battery's either. i took both top & bottom covers off and looked. my radio is a radio shack pro-2049 12 vdc mobile scanner i tried the trouble shooting solutions before i took off top & bottom covers. i then downloaded the parts list from radio shack web site 200-0149 PROGRAMMED MOBILE SCANNER Faxback Doc. # 36055 To order parts call 1-800-843-7422 or visit your local RadioShack store. Reference # Cat.No. Description NP Part # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ D046 11318540 DIODE 1N4003A RECT SI 1N4003A 11318540 CASE STYLE SOT23 1N4003A Q009 10511376 TRANSISTOR,PRE BIASED DIG 1TD0047 Q009 10511376 CASE STYLE SC-59 1TD0047 Q705 10511459 TRANSISTOR DTA143XK-T-96 1TD0061 10511459 CASE STYLE SC-59 1TD0061 Q801 Q802 Q804 10511608 XSTR 2SC3704 CHIP 1TD0100 Q001 Q002 Q003 Q024 10511707 XSTR 2SC3356-R24 SI BIPOL 1TD0127 10511707 CASE STYLE SC-59 1TD0127 Q701 Q707 Q803 10511798 XSTR 2SC3121 BIPOLAR MICR 1TD0144 10511798 CASE STYLE SC-59 1TD0144 Q708 Q710 Q803 10512176 XSTR 2SC3121-T5L 1TD0211 10512176 CASE STYLE SC-59 1TD0211 Q025 10513174 XSTR SC DTA114YK 1TD0452 10513174 CASE STYLE SC-59 1TD0452 Q008 Q013 Q014 Q015 10516136 XSTR 2SA1162-Y SI LOW PWR 1TD0760 Q016 Q017 Q704 Q709 10516136 CASE STYLE SC-59 1TD0760 Q004 Q005 Q011 Q706 10516458 XSTR 2SC2712-Y SI LOW PWR 1TD0793 Q711 10516458 CASE STYLE SC-59 1TD0793 Q702 Q703 11512621 XSTR 2SC4246-T5L 1TD0919 11512621 CASE STYLE SC-70 1TD0919 Q010 11334257 XSTR 2SD1683T SI HF NPN 2SD1683T 11334257 CASE STYLE T0-126 2SD1683T Q010 10528099 XSTR 2SD1683T T0126ML 2TR0783 10528099 CASE STYLE T0-126 2TR0783 T701 T702 11272192 CAP,TRIMMER CT-093 20PF C0013 L007 11718673 COIL,LB-797 CA00009 L009 12237418 COIL,LC-226 CA1757 L003 COIL,LE-366 CA1758 L013 10560316 COIL,INDUCTOR 1.2MH CA1794 L006 10562320 COIL,LB607 CAN TYPE CA3064 L008 10562338 COIL,LB-799 CAN TYPE CA3065 L002 L011 L803 COIL,LE-127 D2.5 2 1/2TRN CA3069 L004 10562346 COIL,LF207 SMALL CAN TYPE CA3071 L801 L802 COIL CA3799 L012 10567881 COIL, FM DISC LB233 CA8962 T002 12065553 FILTER,CERAMIC FL-142 CB0249 T001 10571297 FILTER,CRYSTAL FL-195 CB0716 .1UF +80-20 5.5V ALP CC104ZALA C713 11561255 CAP CER 25V .1UF +-10 CDA104KFBC 10576049 .015UF +-10 50V CER CDA153KJBC 10576437 CAP CER 50V .047UF +-10 CDA473KJBC C702 C704 C706 C709 10577799 CAP CER 50V 1000PF +-10 CDS102KJBC C712 C721 10577799 CDS102KJBC X001 11624772 RESONATOR FK-054 4MHZ CX00005 X701 11624814 CRYSTAL QX-631 10.4MHZ CX00006 D706 11625266 DIODE HZK4BLL TR ZN DD00001 11625266 TUBULAR LEAD LESS DD00001 10617272 DIODE 1SS226 HS CENTER SI DD0021 D701 D704 10617546 DIODE VARACTOR ISV201-4 DD0103 D705 10617587 DIODE 1SS184-TE85R SI DD0111 10617587 CASE STYLE SC-59 DD0111 10618965 DIODE 1SS355 FAST RECT SI DD0309 D702 D703 10619344 DIODE SW BAND SWITCHING 1 DD0348 10619344 CASE STYLE SC-59 DD0348 11273596 DIODE VARICAP KV-1450 DX0110 D046 10622306 USE 1N4003A DX0207 10622306 CASE STYLE SOT23 DX0207 10623312 DIODE VR 1SV188-9 DX0622 12237095 DIODE HZ6B-1 DX1583 10681344 PLATE,SPRING KNOB HC4816 10694065 INST CLR BLACK HD1939 NUT 3M FLANGE HD7080 11624889 KEYPAD,RUBBER HJ00019 11624913 QTY 4 HW2000149 J001 10722296 JACK,9.2 ANTENNA J0429 J004 10728202 JACK,JK-744 5267-02A-X J1105 J003 10729838 JACK,DC POWER 3.5MM J1389 J002 10730711 JACK,EARPHONE 3.5MM J1545 10730711 EXTERNAL SPEAAKER J1545 11624863 KNOB,VOLUME/SQUELCH K00102 P001 11624764 DISPLAY,LIQUID CRYSTAL L00009 L001 10791416 LAMP,PILOT 8V 0.2A L0200 C001 11390929 IC,LA1186N R/W AMP 10 PIN LA1186N 11390929 CASE STYLE 9 PIN SIP LA1186N C003 10898146 IC LA1600 SIP T 9 LA1600 10898146 CASE STYLE 9 PIN SIP LA1600 11624830 WASHER STAR MB00002 11464039 IC MC3361BP 16P DIP MC3361BP 11624897 MANUAL SERVICE 20-149 MS2000149 11624905 XEROX COPY MU2000149 C002 11624749 USE MC3361BP MX00025 11624749 CASE STYLE 16 PIN DIP MX00025 C010 11624756 USE S81256PG MX00026 11624756 CASE STYLE 3 PIN SIP MX00026 C702 11291010 IC,TLC271CDR TAPE MX1310 11291010 MOUNT MX1310 C003 10880698 USE LA1600 MX1881 10880698 CASE STYLE 9 PIN SIP MX1881 C006 10893642 IC,TK11817M TL MX3823 10893642 MOUNT MX3823 C004 10894087 IC,NJM2902V-TE1 MX3909 10894087 MOUNT MX3909 10898278 USE LA1186N MX4676 C801 10915940 IC,UPC1675G-T1 MX8178 C008 10918217 IC,REGULATOR 78M05 D-PAC MX8420 10918217 CASE STYLE D-PAK MX8420 C007 10921609 IC,RH5VL40CA BATT/PWR 3P MX8771 10921609 CASE STYLE SOT-89 MX8771 C701 10927119 IC,SM5158AM-E2 MX9344 10927119 MOUNT MX9344 C009 11624731 IC,UC1796 HD404829C83FS MXP00003 11624731 FLAT PACK MXP00003 R802 5.6 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0052EDC R110 10945954 10 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0063EDC R015 R018 R025 R028 10946325 100 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0132EDC R029 R033 R047 R083 10946325 NDA0132EDC R092 R094 R095 R097 10946325 NDA0132EDC R098 R099 R101 R102 10946325 NDA0132EDC R104 R105 R106 R107 10946325 NDA0132EDC R112 R123 R124 R125 10946325 NDA0132EDC R126 R129 R131 R132 10946325 NDA0132EDC R133 R134 R135 R136 10946325 NDA0132EDC R153 091 R093 R114 10946325 NDA0132EDC R115 R116 R117 R118 10946325 NDA0132EDC R006 10946630 330 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0159EDC R003 R084 12237327 560 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0176EDC R066 R073 10947752 12K 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0288EDC R808 10948123 68K 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0354EDC R069 R801 10948131 82K 1% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0360BDC R059 R060 10948214 100K 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0371EDC R008 R039 R056 R191 11561776 330K 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0410EDC R044 11721891 390K 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0414EDC R051 R086 R087 R120 10948586 680K 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0433EDC R054 820K 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0440EDC R057 R090 10948644 1M 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0445EDC R053 10948685 2.2M 5% 1/10W CBF RES NDA0454EDC R701 R717 10951960 RES CBF 1/16W 100 5% NDS0132EAC R003 11624780 POT,SQUELCH VARIABLE RESI P00005 R002 10970978 POT,VAR RV-825 ON/OFF P1551 10970978 VOLUME P1551 11624756 IC,S-81256PG-TM-T1 S81256PG P501 11086196 SPEAKER,SP-238 SP0548 11086196 8 OHM .5WATT SP0548 T001 11100617 TRANSFORMER TB0236 IC5 11646916 IC,TDA7233 8P DIP TDA7233 11646916 (T) TDA7233 A951 11122827 CORD,DC POWER WC0046 A501 11130572 WIRES ASSEMBLED WG0098 11130572 WIRING FOR SPEAKER WG0098 11624723 PCB ASSY,MAIN XB00032 11624798 PCB ASSY KEYBOARD XB00033 11624806 PCB ASSY PLL XB00034 11624822 PCB ASSY 800MHZ XB00035 11624848 CASE,FRONT Z00071 11624855 COVER,BOTTOM Z00072 11624871 VINY TOP 1.0T BLACK Z00073 (This list was generated on 07/08/2005) Privacy Policy"


6 Suggested Answers

  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

sir fixalot
  • 146 Answers

SOURCE: Pro-95 dual-trunk scanner

Here is the online programming tutorial:

Here is the full manual Should include Quick guide:

Here is FREE programming software for the PC:
Includes hardware info. You can buy programming cable at Radio Shack to connect to your PC.

Posted on Jan 04, 2008

  • 1 Answer

SOURCE: Pro 96 Rebanding Issue

You need to program custom tables into the Pro-96. Visit the link above.

ChLO ChHI Step Offset Base
440 559 25.000 440 851.025000
000 719 25.000 0 851.012500
720 759 25.000 0 848.000000
815 831 25.000 0 846.625000
958 958 25.000 958 868.975000
961 1022 25.000 0 843.400000

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

  • 2 Answers

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.

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

  • 23 Answers

SOURCE: I have misplaced my user guide for my Realistic Pro-36 see if this helps

please rate Thanx

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

  • 211 Answers

SOURCE: uniden bearcat bc60xlt-1 channels wont unlock

Channels have to be programmed with a frequency before the scanner will allow them to be unlocked. The L/O indicator should automatically turn off once a frequency is in memory.

Posted on Feb 25, 2010

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%


Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add



Related Questions:

1 Answer

How to program the radio in a 96Lincoln continental after battery was disconnected


Here is the link to the owners manual which you can download if you wish:

Here/below are the specific instructions on the radio programming (pg. 159 of above link).

Good luck & please flag if "HELPFUL". Thanks!

(from section) Luxury Audio System

Selecting the AM or FM frequency band

Push the "AM" or "FM1/FM2" button to select the desired frequency band. Pushing the "FM1/FM2" button more than once will alternate between FM1 and FM2. These functions are used with the station memory buttons described under How to tune radio stations.

HOW to tune radio stations

There are four ways for you to tune in a particular station. You can use the "TUNE", "SEEK", 'SCAN"or memory buttons.

• Using the "TUNE" function:
You can change the frequency up or down one increment at a time by Pressing and releasing either the left (< arrow/up) or - right (> arrow/down) side of the "TUNE" or "TUNE DISCS" button. To change frequencies quickly, press and hold down either the right or left side of the button.

Manual tuning adjusts your radio to any allowable broadcast frequency, whether or not a station is present on that frequency. (See All About Radio Frequencies in this section.)

• Using the "SEEK" function
: Press the right *) side of the "SEEK" button to select the next listenable station up the frequency band. Press the left (.4) side of the button to select the next listenable station down the frequency band. By holding the button down, listenable stations can be passed over to reach the desired station. Pressing the "SCAN" button will begin the scan mode up the frequency band, stopping on each listenable station for approximately five seconds. To stop the scan mode on the presently sampled station, press the "SCAN" button again.

Setting the station MEMORY PRESET buttons
: Your radio is equipped with 6 station memory buttons. These buttons can be used to select up to 6 preset AM stations and 12 FM stations (6 in FMI and 6 in FM2)

1. Select a band, then select a frequency.

2. Press one of the memory buttons and hold until the sound returns and the lamp above the memory button lights up. That
memory button is now set.

3. Follow the above steps for each memory preset button.

Custom memory presets can be recalled using the keyless entry system. See Memory Profile System in the Features chapter.

Using the Automatic Memory Store feature ("AUTOSET")
: If the memory buttons have been set, either by using the Auto Memory Load feature or if you have set them manually, the system is prepared tolet you use a convenient feature called Automatic Memory Store.

With Auto Memory Store, you can continually set strong stations into your memory buttons without losing your originally set stations. Your radio will automatically set your memory buttons to the strong local stations.

Activate Auto Memory Store by pushing the "AUTOSET" button once. Your radio will set the first six strong stations of the band you are in (AM, FMI or FM2) into the memory buttons. The display will flash "AUTO" and display the autoset icon "A" while the stations are being set in the memory buttons.

NOTE: If there are less than six strong stations in the frequency band, the remaining unfilled buttons will store the last strong station detected on the band. After all stations have been filled, the radio will begin playing the station stored on memory button 1.

To deactivate the Auto Memory Store mode and return to the manually-set memory button stations, simply push the "AUTOSET" button. Display will show "AUTO" then "OFF". The next time Auto Memory Store is activated on that band, the radio will store the next set of six strong stations.

Nov 23, 2014 | 1996 Lincoln Continental

1 Answer


If you already have your codes, go to first channel hit Program, then insert Frequency and hit enter. At least that's how its done on my Pro 97 and all the other scanners Ive owned in the past. Try downloading your manual if you don't have one. Its easy and its free. It will tell you everything you need to know about your product. Good luck.

Nov 25, 2013 | Radio Communications

1 Answer

How to program local frequencies? Radio Shack PRO-84

Press the HOLD key, then enter the number where you want to store the frequency, then press FUNC + PGM, the channel number comes up, use the number keys and ./CLR to enter the frequency, including the decimal point you want to store, press E to enter the frequency into the channel ...You can get your frequency's at ...hope this was helpful..

May 26, 2010 | Radio Shack Pro-84 Handheld Scanner

1 Answer

I have the pro 96 for about 2 years and I can hear the squelch sound but its not picking up chatter.

Try turning the squelch to minimum, press Scan, or you may have to program it. To program, Press PGM, select the channel you want, press PGM, use the number key and ./DELAY to enter the frequency including the decimal point you want to store, if you make a mistake press CLR, press the ENTER button to store it. You can get your frequency's for your state at ...hope this was helpful..

May 15, 2010 | Radio Shack Pro-96 Scanner

1 Answer

Can't program numbers in it the scanner

Press PGM, then enter the channel you want to store a frequency, then press PGM again, use the number keys including the decimal point you want to store, then press ENT to store the frequency into the can get your frequencies for your state at ....hope this was helpful

May 03, 2010 | Radio Shack Pro-2018 Scanner

1 Answer

How do you set up the scanner to scan police and ems channels

First you'll need a list of frequencies to program. For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, visit:

Once you've selected your frequencies, power the scanner ON and

1. Press E/PGM to enter the program mode (the scanner turns on the
PGM icon).

2. If the current channel is not the one you want to program, enter the
memory number then press HOLD.

3. Enter the frequency including the decimal point, then press E/PGM.

4. To program the next memory, press  or  and repeat step 3. To
program a different memory, repeat from step 2.

5. To exit program mode, press HOLD or SCAN or change the scanner’s mode.

• Any frequency you program replaces the previous memory contents.
• If you enter a frequency you have already stored in a different
memory in Step 3, the scanner beeps and displays the channel
where you have previously stored the frequency. If you want to store
the frequency anyway, press E/PGM a second time in Step 3.
• To clear the contents of a memory, enter “0” in Step 3.
• Channels you program are automatically unlocked (see
“Locking/Unlocking Memories) and have Delay turned on (See
“Setting Channel Delay”).

If you would like to download/print the operating manual for you scanner, visit:


Jan 11, 2010 | Uniden BC340CRS Base Scanner

3 Answers

How do i program my realistic pro-2025 scanner


1. Turn on your scanner by turning the volume clockwise.

2. The scanner might start scanning. If so, press MANUAL to stop the

3. Enter the channel number that you want to program and press MANUAL.

4. Enter a frequency including the decimal point. The decimal point shows
up on the display as a -- (dash).

5. Press Enter to store the frequency.

6. To confirm the proper entry, press REVIEW. The programmed frequency
appears on the display one digit at a time.

7. To program more channels repeat steps 3-4.

Jun 03, 2009 | Radio Communications

3 Answers

Wanted manual realistic 2010scanner

The realistic 2000 series scanners do not have a "VFO" (variable frequency occilator) in the true meaning of the sence. This basicly means that they can only scan the channels or memories that you have programmed.

You can however set a low frequency (like 144 Mhz) and a high frequency (like 145 Mhz) and the scanner will "bounce" between the two, picking up anything in between.

Do you have the operating manual? If not, here is a copy

Turn on your Pro-2010 by rotating [VOLUME] clockwise. (When first turned on, your Pro-2010 may start scanning).
Rotate [SQUELCH] fully counterclockwise. You'll hear a rushing noise from the speaker. Slowly rotate [SQUELCH] clockwise until the noise just stops.
You're now ready to start entering frequencies.

Programming Frequencies
Before programming frequencies, make sure your Pro-2010 is turned on and the SQUELCH is adjusted.
Suppose you want to program Channel 1 to receive 162.55 MHz. Here's how you would do it:

1. Press [MANUAL] and select channel 1. You can do this in two ways:
press [MANUAL] continuously until the Display indicates Channel 1 or
by pressing [1] [MANUAL].

2. Press [PROGRAM] to enter the programming mode.

3. Enter the desired frequency. In this case, press the [1] [6] [2] [.]
[5] [5] keys. Check the display to make sure the frequency it shows
is the one you meant to program. If it is, press the [ENTER] key.

4. To add more frequencies, just press [PROGRAM] to advance to the next
channel and follow the steps above.

5. If you ever want to change the frequency entered for a specific
channel, just enter the new frequency "over" the old frequency using
steps 1, 2, and 3.

Make a mistake while entering the frequency? Just press [CLEAR], enter the correct frequency and press [ENTER]. If you're entering a new frequency in place of an old one, the old frequency won't be "erased" when you press [CLEAR]. It will remain stored on that channel until you correctly enter a
new frequency and press [ENTER].

You'll hear a "peep" sound as you press the various keys. This lets you know the key has been properly "entered" into your Pro-2010.

Using the Scanning Function
Your Pro-2010 will automatically scan all the channels you've programmed and stop whenever it finds a signal. To scan channels, just press the [SCAN] key.
To stop scanning, just press [MANUAL] and you can select specific channels
you want to listen to.

IMPORTANT! Your Pro-2010 won't scan unless SQUELCH is set to the point where no sound is heard if a signal isn't being received.

Delay Function
When your Pro-2010 is scanning, it will stop whenever it finds a signal on a channel. As soon as the signal ends, the scanning function will resume. Most communications heard will be two-way. To make sure you don't miss any replies, press [DELAY]. This will cause your Pro-2010 to stay on a channel for two seconds after the end of a transmission, giving you time to hear any reply. To release the Delay function, just press [DELAY] again. The Delay indicator will show on the display when the Delay function is used.

Lockout Function
You may want your Pro-2010 to "skip over" certain frequencies while it's scanning (such as continuously transmitted weather broadcasts). To "lock out" such channels, follow these steps:
1. Press [MANUAL] to stop scanning. Continue to press [MANUAL] to
advance to the channel you want to lock out.

2. When you reach the channel, press [LOCK OUT]. The display will show
[o] to indicate this channel will be skipped over during scanning.

3. To release the lockout, press [MANUAL] to stop scanning. Advance to
the channel that is locked out and press [LOCK OUT] once again. [o]
will disappear from the display.

If you use the lockout function on all channels, scanning will be impossible - you'll only be able to change channels using [MANUAL].

Speed Selection
Your Pro-2010 will normally scan channels at a rate of four channels per second. If you press [SPEED], channels will be scanned at a rate of nine per second. Press [SPEED] again to return to a rate of four channels per second.

Priority Function
You might want to scan other channels yet not miss a call on a channel of particular interest to you (police, fire, ambulance, etc.). The Priority function will let you scan other channels - but if a call is received on the Priority channel, your Pro-2010 will automatically switch to the
Priority channel!

1. Only Channel 1 can be used as Priority Channel: Key in the desired
Priority frequency into Channel 1.

2. Priority function works only when the unit is in Scan or Manual mode.

3. Press [PRIORITY] to start Priority function. A [P] will appear on the

4. Press [MANUAL] or [SCAN] to listen to other channels. Your Pro-2020
will check the Priority channel and switch to it if a signal is
received on it.

5. To cancel Priority function, press [PRIORITY] again. the [P] will
disappear from the display.

One great feature of your Pro-2010 is its ability to "search" for frequencies being used. This means you can hear all the action on the airwaves in your area! To use this great feature, just follow these steps:
1. Press [PROGRAM] key.

2. Press [LIMIT] key. Enter the lower limit of frequency range to be
searched (such as 45.00 MHz). Press [ENTER].

3. Press [LIMIT] key again. Enter the upper limit of frequency range to
be searched (such as 46.00 MHz). Press [ENTER].

4. Press either [up arrow] or [down arrow] to start Search. [Down arrow]
will start search from the highest frequency and go down. [Up arrow]
will start from the lowest frequency and go up.

5. You can control the speed of the search by using the [SPEED] key to
accelerate or to slow down the search.

6. Search will stop when a frequency is found with a signal. To restart search, press [up arrow] or [down arrow]. In Program Mode, search range will be displayed each time [LIMIT] is pressed. It is impossible to change the lower frequency only: to change lower frequency you must change higher frequency first. The higher frequency can be changed any time.

Storing Frequencies
If you want to enter some of the frequencies found during search, do this:
1. Press [MONITOR] when your Pro-2010 finds a frequency you want to store.

2. Use [MANUAL] key to select a channel to enter the frequency your Pro-
2010 found. The display will show the frequency currently stored on
the channel, but don't worry - the old frequency will be erased when
you start to enter the new one.

3. Press [PROGRAM].

4. Press [MONITOR] again. The new frequency found during the search will
be displayed.

5. Press [ENTER] to put the new frequency into the channel in place of
the old frequency.

6. Press either [up arrow] or [down arrow] to resume the search. To
return to manual or program operation, press [MANUAL] or [PROGRAM].
To resume the search from one of the limit frequencies, press [LIMIT]
and then [up arrow] or [down arrow].

Error Indications
Sometimes when you try to enter a frequency for a channel or as a search range limit, you may find an ------ on the display. This means the frequency is in error and you won't be able to enter it into your Pro-2010. Such frequency errors usually mean you've entered a frequency outside the ranges your Pro-2010 operates on (such as 225.00 MHz) or you've put the decimal point in the wrong place (14.682 MHz instead of 146.82 MHz). Check carefully to find your mistake and then press [CLEAR]. You can now enter the correct frequency.

Hope this helps,

Feb 01, 2009 | Radio Communications

2 Answers

How do you program a bc560xlt scanner

Hello sir,

Check out this link for the programming...

Good Luck

Don't forget to rate the solution

Mar 11, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

Not finding what you are looking for?
Radio Communications Logo

Related Topics:

84 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Radio Shack Radio Communications Experts


Level 2 Expert

509 Answers

Greg Cann
Greg Cann

Level 3 Expert

1114 Answers


Level 2 Expert

211 Answers

Are you a Radio Shack Radio Communication Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides