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Hi there I have a Uniden BC92XLT Nascar scanner, but some frequencies cannot be found. For instance the frequency range between 60 and 90 mhz is not on the scanner. How do I unlock those? Some of the channels that I usually listen to is in that range

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Sorry, but there is no way to "unlock" or modify the frequency coverage of the BC92XLT or any other recently-manufactured scanner. Your only option is to purchase a scanner designed to include the frequency range that you are after. If you don't already have it, you can download and print the operating instructions for your scanner here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC92XLTom.pdf

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Hi, my name is John. To restore the channel you have locked, you first have to put it on the channel you have locked, Press the FUNC + L/O key. ....rate this solution on the four thumbs-up .....John

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