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Scanner goes through all input frequencies but not one of them make any sound, no matter where the scanner is placed. It worked for 2 weeks and not a sound since. Help !

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Hello this could be a number of things ,firstly check with external speaker and see does that solve the problem if so open the covering of the scanner at the bottom and check internal speaker make sure the wirering is intact also check the speaker jack at rear of scanner ,could be shorted out ,also turn squelch anti clockwise fully ,hope this helps you please let me know what the out come was cheers

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Storing Known Frequencies
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1. Press Hold. Then enter the channel number
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2. Use the number keys and to enter the
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• If you enter a frequency that has already been
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