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There are several web sites that you can go to by using a search engine. Most of them want you to pay for free information. If you call your local police department, fire department and ask them for their frequency they will usually tell you. A good way is to ask a policeman or fireman in your community. I have used DXing.com, it is a free site. Hope this helped!
no... wont work. have the same scanner you need to search for frequencies manually. can help you with that just need to know what settings do you have 66.0 to 512.0 search range? as well as the 800 band?
Radio codes do not come for free on the internet. You can try using 0854, it is a clarion factory code. If it does not work do not insist, some radio locks up after third try, then you have to disonnect battery.
Hi I have a Radio Shack Pro-46 Police Scanner and also have a problem with the Battery Pack. It is worn out. I just read on another website where someone suggested going to Batteries Plus and have them get you a stock one or make you one. The person went to Batteries plus and said they made one and its better than the original. So you might try it I know I am.
If you don't have on already, you need a copy of your local Police fire Med Scanner frequenicies, after the intruction manual has step by step directions for programming those codes in. If you don't have the manual, go to www.radioshack.com and type 20-527 into the search bar. towards the bottom of the screen it should have a link for the owners manual. ALternatley click the porduct support tab.
L live in Haywood county NC and I am running the following Radioshack scanners: Pro82, Pro95 and a Pro97. When will the rebanding take these scanners down. Also will the Pro97 beable to be rebanded as it really is a good scanner.