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Scanner Reset: To initialize the scanner's memory, turn off the scanner. Then press 2, 9, and Hold while turning it on.
Important! This deletes all preprogrammed data. You cannot restore preprogrammed data that has been deleted.
The BC72XLT is a USA model scanner, while the UBC73XLT is produced for Australia and New Zealand. The two are very similar, but not identical. There is a slight difference in frequency coverage (it's a bit wider on the UBC), the BC comes with a 110-volt AC power supply (wall-wart) for USA use, while the UBC comes with a 12-volt DC vehicle power supply.
FYI, here are links to the operating manuals for both models:
The BC147XLT is too old to obtain a manual from Uniden, but here's how you program it:
Turn it on & press 'Manual', then enter the number of the channel you wish to program & press 'Manual' again. Now enter the frequency you want to put in that channel, example 155.550, and press "Enter'. Then press manual to go to the next channel or repeat the first procedure to select a different channel other than the next one. Repeat the programming procedure for each channel.