Question about Uniden BC60XLT-1 Handheld Scanner
HI Gavin93, i am also having trouble with the l/o on my scanner, i tried what you said to do in your last posting, but is still lock out on all channels. I also noticed that when i try to enter a frequency, i press manual then the channel then the frequency then manual again it allows me to do all that but then when i press manual the last time it comes up with an e? It worked 6 months ago but since i took it out of storage it is doing this. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!! thanks!
The "e" represents Error, which means you made an error in your entry. Unfortunately, your scanner may be confused, meaning the computer is "stuck" on lockout and cannot get unstuck. I have the same scanner with the same problem... now. I had it looked at by Uniden's engineers, it cannot be fixed unless you replace the computer. They told me it would be best to buy a whole new scanner, probably a new model. So I did. I'm sorry I couldn't fix it for you. But Uniden said you'd be better off getting a new one. In my opinion, don't get a Uniden, get a Radio Shack/Realistic scanner, they're ten times better and are easy to use. For the best Realistic scanner, get a Realistic PRO-2006.
That's the one I have now, it's a gapless frequency scanner which means it can scann everything all the way up to the 1300 MHz band.
Sorry about your scanner though.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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