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I hold down 2, 9, and hold to erease and scanner wont turn on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You listed your question in the PRO-2096 section, so this response applies to that model. If you have a different scanner, please let us know the make and model.
The PRO-2096 is an advanced scanner capable of monitoring both single frequency conventional systems and advanced trunking radio systems. Programming methods are detailed and lengthy and cannot be reproduced here. For specific programming instructions, please see the scanner's operating manual, which can be downloaded/printed here:
If you have questions regarding a specific feature or problem with the scanner, please let us know.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
Try updating the firmware and see if this solves the problem. While I understand that it "worked before", some of the programming software has been updated to work only with the newer firmware. Also, the newer versions of programming software are required when importing systems directly from radio database sites (such as radioreference.com).
If this does not work, try to enter system data by hand rather than importing. If trunking works then, it sounds like a software problem with your programming software versus the radio itself.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
SOURCE: i cant seem to be
Frequencies in the range you mention may be part of a trunked system that your scanner cannot follow, but you can still enter and monitor the frequency. Yes, your BC340CRS will handle frequencies with up to five decimal places, as long as the last two digits are 25, 50, 0r 75 (see page 16 of the BC340CRS Owner's Manual). The best programming instructions for your scanner are also in that manual. If you don't have a copy, you can download and print it, at no cost, here:
For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning information, visit:
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Posted on Mar 01, 2011
SOURCE: Regency R1077 base scanner can
Press "Manual", then press digit key ("0/10" thru "9") that corresponds with the channel to be changed ("0/10" = ch10). Next, press the digit and decimal point keys to enter the frequency in megahertz (Mhz) to be stored in the channel. To store 453.100 Mhz in channel 2, you would press "Manual", then "2". Press the following keys in order: "4" "5" "3" "." "1" "0" "0", followed by pressing the "Enter" key. Repeat this process for up to 10 channels.If you wish to clear unused channels, you should be able to select the channel, then enter "." followed by the "Enter" key.
This scanner will only accept frequencies between 30.000Mhz and 599.999 Mhz. Attempting to input frequencies outside this range will result in an error message.
I hope this helps and good luck! Please rate my reply. Thanks.
Posted on Jul 11, 2011
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