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I am trying to get all 50 states county codes for my midland wr100 weather radio can you help me for we are travelers here in the u.s

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You can call The National Weather Service Toll-Free Number at 1-888-NWS-SAME you go to the NOAA Weather Radio Web Site at www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/indexnw.htm

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I have it set up for my county. I get no voice, just a humming sound


Good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you are viewing this post. I noticed that you didn't state the county that you live in, because some counties have more than one S.A.M.E code, so you will have to go by your region (i.e. Northern Wayne County, Southern Wayne County). Another trick you could try is fiddling with the antenna. You may have to move your radio to another location within your place of residence (i.e. a bedroom, kitchen, home office, etc.). Below is the link to the NWS/NOAA WEATHER/ALL HAZARDS RADIO website where you can get S.A.M.E codes. Just click the link to your state, and a table will be shown listing the code for every county and or region in your state. Good luck and hope this helps.

NOAA Weather Radio County Coverage by State

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Fips codes


FIPS are 5 digit codes..the 1st two codes are for the state: the last three are for the county. This link allows you to find both state and county for your area: http://www.epa.gov/enviro/html/codes/state.html

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My midland wr100 is going off for the wrong county, sometimes not for a county that isn't even programmed!!!


Press the menu button once until you see "TIME", press the up arrow until you see "SAME SET", press select, you should have "SINGLE" selected if you are only wanting to get alarms on one SAME code. Press "SELECT" the screen should go to SAME 01, press select again and confirm that you have the correct SAME code entered. "MULTIPLE" will allow for more than one SAME code to alert and "ANY" will set the unit off for any SAME code alert.

Oct 17, 2012 | Midland WR-100 Weather/RDS Radio

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Got a midland weather radio problem wr100 series. all county codes in and channel set. was working for awhile and now no alerts at all. keeps now saying check reception.


Turn your radio off and then on again. Then press the weather/snooze button. Do you hear the broadcast from your local transmitter? Check NOAA to make sure the station is broadcasting (not down for repairs). Try setting the radio to a different transmitter that covers your area.

You may need an external antenna for the radio (http://www.midlandradio.com/Weather-Radio-Accessories.BPE/18-259W ). Beware: when you use an external antenna, you may receive a broadcast from a different transmitter (farther away). In that case, the weather alerts for your county will likely not come in.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(we have two weather radios that are on full-time. The one set to a secondary transmitter does not receive the S.A.M.E. test signals or watches. (It can't be positioned to receive from the primary transmitter clearly.) It does receive warnings for the county correctly. The on/off routine has to be done every few weeks since it doesn't get the test signals. We tried an external antenna and kept getting transmitters from other states and missed tests, watches and warnings. Fortunately our main weather radio does get the primary transmitter and gets the tests, watches and warnings.)

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WR-100 Weather/RDS Radio: need county codes...


www.weather.gov/nwr/indexnw.htm
This website will let you find the codes for your state and local areas.

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How to program for just your county


Hit Menu Push up to Same set and click select then select single type in your code found on midland.com under that model and find county code then click your state followed by finding your county

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