Question about Radio Communications
I have lost the Procedure Manual for a scanner that I have not used in years and cannot remember how to program various channels.
Ok doc, I'll see if I can walk you thru this as there don't seem to be a manual available for download.
* Push manual button and bring it around to channel #1
Enter the freq including the decimal point. Push the E button to enter the freq into the first channel.
* Push manual again and move to channel #2 and repeat.
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Posted on Feb 20, 2008
Turn on radio.
It will be in scan mode. Press Manual (orange button) to stop scanning.
Press Manual button to step through channels to get to the one you want.
(Or press channel number and then manual button)
If "LockOut" is displayed it means this channel isn't being "Scanned."
You will want to lock out the NWS WX (National Weather Service/Weather)
frequency. Pressing Lockout will toggle the status.
Select channel. Use keypad to enter frequency. Use "E" for Enter
key. If the radio displays an E this means Error. Usually, the
frequency you typed in is outside of the capabilities of the scanner.
Once you hit the E you will immediately start hearing anything that's
out there on the frequency you entered.
Push the "Review" button and the scanner will display the frequency
that is programmed for the channel. A "-" will be displayed for the
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
I have a bearcat scanner and i cant hear any one talking on it when i put the freq in the scanner its scan just fine but i cant hear ant one talking. please help me.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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