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Clear out everything do the following

While holding down 2, 9, and Hold, turn on the
scanner. It takes about 3 seconds to initialize
and CLEAr appears.

To take out individual Freq. Manually tune to that freq. Ch/Bank on the scanner. Enter 0.00 like a new freq for that ch. and it will be gone.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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How to delete channels on the bc80xlt scanner


You can temporarily lock out a frequency by pressing the L/O key while the frequency is displayed, or can delete it by programming 0.0 (zero point zero) into the channel. Also, programming a new frequency into the channel will automatically delete/override the old frequency.

Need the manual for your scanner? You can download and print it, at no cost, here:
http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC80XLTom.pdf

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning information, visit:
www.RadioReference.com

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How do I delete channels off of my pro-135 handheld scanner?


To RESET the scanner and delete ALL programmed frequencies:
- Power the scanner OFF
- Press and hold the 2, 9, and PSE keys and power the scanner ON.

To delete a single frequency, program 0.0 into the channel - or program a new frequency into the channel (this will automatically override the old frequency).

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How do i delete a frequency already programed? and can i get a frequency at 46.5000?


Programming a new frequency into a channel automatically deletes and replaces a frequency already programmed. Or, to just delete, and leave an unprogrammed channel, just program 000.000 into that channel

Yes, you can program/receive 46.5MHz. The full tuning range of your scanner is 25-54, 108-174, 406-512MHZ.

Need the manual for your scanner? You can download and print it, at no cost, here:
http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC72XLTom.pdf

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning information, visit:
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Bill B.
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I have a radio shack hyperscan 200 channel pro-2039 programmable scanner. How do I erase ALL the stored frequencies so I can start over again?


You can initialize the scanner to delete all information that you've programmed into it and return it to its original factory settings. To do this:

1. Turn the scanner OFF, then turn it ON again.
2. Press and hold down the CLEAR key and insert a pointed object, such as a paperclip or the point of a pen, into the RESET opening in the back of the scanner, and press the button inside the opening.
3. Release RESET. When information reappears on the scanner's display, release the CLEAR key.

NOTE: You must release the RESET button before releasing the CLEAR key.

Also note that this procedure may not be necessary. Programming a new frequency into a channel automatically deletes the frequency previously stored in that channel.

Bill B
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Oct 05, 2010 | Radio Shack Radio Communications

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Deleting all stored frequencies in a bc200xlt


Press scan,hold down,delet all,....done.enjoy.hope this helps ......

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How do i remove already stored frequencies


From the manual:

deleting frequencies from channels
1. Press MAN.
2. Use the number keys to enter the channel
with the frequency you want to delete.
3. Press MAN again.
4. Press PROG to enter the program mode. MAN
changes to PGM.
5. Press FUNC.
6. Press CLEAR. The frequency number changes
and 0.0000 appears.

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How do i clear all channels and start over putting in new ones


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.

Need the manual? You can download it here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC350Com.pdf

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I need to reset the channels for my scanner


There is no global clear/erase function on the BC350C, but programming2_bing.gif 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.

Need the manual? You can download it here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC350Com.pdf

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Cant get a answer on how to program my pro-97 scanner


here is a quote from the manual; hope it helps you.


1. Press MAN, enter the bank (0-9) and channel number (00-
99) where you want to store a frequency, then press MAN
again. M and the bank and channel number appear at the
upper left corner of the display (for example: M000).
Press FUNC. Then press e or d. The bank number moves in
the direction of the arrow pressed.
Press FUNC. Then hold down e or d. The bank number
moves continuously in the assigned direction.
Press e. The channel number moves upward one by one.
Or, press d. The channel number moves downward one
by one.
2. Press PGM. M changes to P.
3. Use the number keys and ./DELAY to enter the frequency
(including the decimal point) you want to store.
If you make a mistake, press CL to delete a single digit or press
and hold CL about 2 seconds to delete all digits.
4. Press ENT to store the frequency into the channel.
If you made a mistake in Step 3, Invalid Freq. briefl y
appears and the scanner beeps when you press ENT. Start
again from Step 3.
Your scanner automatically rounds the entered frequency
to the nearest valid frequency. For example, if you enter a
frequency of 151.553, your scanner accepts it as 151.550.

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