Question about Radio Shack Pro-82 Scanner
Hi, looks like page 24 of your manual covers that part.
1. Press PGM. PGM appears. Then enter the channel number (1-200) where you want to store a frequency, then press PGM again.
2. Use the number keys and DELAY/. to enter the frequency (including the decimal point) you want to store.
3. Press ENT to store the frequency into the channel.Your scanner automatically rounds the entered frequency down to the closest valid frequency.For example, if you enter a frequency of 151.473, your scanner accepts it as151.470.
If you need a new manual, you can download it here.
If your needing new freq's to use, you can go here and click on your state and county and get a list of freq's.
I hope this helps you with your question, let us know,, Mechanic
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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