Question about Radio Communications
Your scanner has a capacitor-based circuit designed to maintain memory for up to two weeks without power (no battery). Unless you're real handy with electronics and can do the repair yourself, it's not worth fixing. I'm afraid that your choices are to keep it powered up all the time or replace it. If you really like that model you can pick up used 147 or 148 for between $20 and $30 on eBay.
Listening in professionally since the 60's
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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