Question about Radio Shack Pro-96 Scanner
The error message almost always means that you have either entered a frequency that's out of your scanner's tuning range, or that you've neglected to enter a decimal point in the frequency. Check your operating manual to verify that the frequencies you're programming are within the unit's tuning range. If you don't already have the manual, you can download/print it here:
You can also find a wealth of useful scanning information, including a database of active frequencies in your area, by visiting:
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