Question about Radio Shack Pro-2018 Scanner
When you unplug or switch off the scanner and turn the scanner back on; it looses the frequencies programmed into the scanner
Check your manual to see if there is an internal battery. Many devices use an internal Lithium battery to retain memory. Like any other battery, after time, they will go bad.
The older programmable scanners used to use a 9V battery to retain memory. There was a plate on the back to gain acces to the battery. The newer units may have a long-lasting lithium battery inside.
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Posted on Mar 06, 2008
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