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Manual programming my scanner

I push the Manual button and then enter the Freqancey and then push Manual again and it shows "Error" why does it do that? thanks

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Push the manual button and then enter the frequency number for the channel showing then push the E button.

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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  • Hi, here is the users manual http://www.racingelectronics.com/files/bc80manual.pdf Page 14 tells you how to program your scanner. You have to throw at least one frequency in the scanner before it will receive anything. I can get you some for your area with a state and city.

  • As for programming follow these steps.
  1. Press the manual button.
  2. Now pick what channel you will enter a frequency on by pressing on the number key pad.
  3. Now press the manual button again
  4. Now enter the frequency you want to program.
  5. Now press the "E" button to enter it.
  6. That's it, do it again until your scanner is full.

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How to porgram bc140police scanning radio


First, you'll need a list of frequencies to program into the scanner. The BC140 memory is limited to just ten channels, so you'll need to select your coverage carefully. For a detailed database of active frequencies in your area, visit:
www.RadioReference.com

Once you have your frequency list:
- Power the scanner ON.
- Press the Manual key to stop scanning.
- Select the channel to program (1 through 10) by either entering it on the keyboard and then pressing Manual again, or by repeatedly pressing the Manual key to advance through the channels.
- Enter the frequency, including the decimal point (e.g., 156.055).
- Press Enter (E) to save the frequency in the scanner's memory.
- Press Manual to advance to the next channel and enter your next frequency.

When you finish programming, press the Scan key to start scanning.

If you enter an out of band frequency, one that is not covered by the scanner, the display will show E for error.

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To program the scanner do the following:
  • Press "MANUAL" button. The display will show the channel.
  • Keep holding the "MANUAL" button until the display indicates the desired channel.
  • Press the "E" button.
  • Enter the channel frequency.
  • Press the "E" button again. The frequency is now programmed for the channel you selected.Verify that your entry is correct by pressing the "REVIEW" button.








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How do you program a bearcat bc55xlrt scanner with a code?


There are no codes, only frequencies. For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, visit:

www.RadioReference.com

To program your BC55XLT:

Turn on radio.

It will be in scan mode. Press Manual (orange button) to stop scanning.
Press Manual button to step through channels to get to the one you want.
(Or press channel number and then manual button)

If "LockOut" is displayed it means this channel isn't being "Scanned."
You will want to lock out constant "broadcast" services such as NOAA or airport weather. Pressing Lockout will toggle the feature on and off.

Select a channel to program. Use the keypad to enter frequency. Use "E" for Enter
key. If the radio displays an E this means Error. Usually, the
frequency you typed in is outside of the capabilities of the scanner.

Once you hit the E you will immediately start hearing anything that's
out there on the frequency you entered.

Push the "Review" button and the scanner will display the frequency
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I need to know frequencies and how to program a bearcat 148xlt


To program the Bearcat 148xlt, press the manual button and then enter your code, for example:"123.456" after you enter the code, push E and then press the manual button again to enter a new code like "567.987" then press E, when all of your codes are entered press the scan button to finish. Try http://www.scannermaster.com
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I couldn't locate a manual for you, but this vintage 10-channel unit is fairly simple to operate.

Start by turning the unit on with the POWER button.
Push the MANUAL button.
Push MANUAL until you see the Channel you want to enter the frequency in -i.e: Ch 1, Ch 2, etc.
Enter the frequency with all the digits needed - i.e: 44.94 / 44.98 / 154.965 / 155.610 etc
Push the ENTER button. The frequency will now be in the Channel "Ch" you chose.


While still in the manual mode - go the the channel you expect to listen to most - then push "DELAY/HOLD". This will hold the scan so you will get the reply from the dispatch unit to the receiving unit.You can set this feature on any or all of the ten channels.

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To program:

Turn on radio.

It will be in scan mode. Press Manual (orange button) to stop scanning.
Press Manual button to step through channels to get to the one you want.
(Or press channel number and then manual button)

If "LockOut" is displayed it means this channel isn't being "Scanned."
Pressing Lockout will toggle the status.

To program:

Select channel. Use keypad to enter frequency. Use "E" for Enter
key. If the radio displays an E this means Error. Usually, the
frequency you typed in is outside of the capabilities of the scanner.

Once you hit the E you will immediately start hearing anything that's
out there on the frequency you entered.

Push the "Review" button and the scanner will display the frequency
that is programmed for the channel. A "-" will be displayed for the
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Its so easy to use you really don't need a manual for the Uniden BC
142XL scanner.

Turn it on. Push the MANUAL button to stop it from scanning.

Push number 1, then push MANUAL again. This should leave you on
channel one.

Using the keypad enter the frequency you want to monitor, then push
E. Press REVIEW at anytime to see what frequency is programmed
there. If the review button flashes 000.0000 on the display, you might be entering an invalid frequency. Refer to the frequency coverage list below.

Push MANUAL to step to channel number two. Enter the frequency. Push E. Push MANUAL to step to channel three. Repeat this process until all ten channels are programmed, or you've run out of frequencies to enter.

Push "SCAN" to start automatically scanning the frequencies. The
radio will stop when it hears someone talking, and resume scanning two
seconds after the conversation has stopped.

Frequency Coverage:

20 to 29.7 MHz (10 Meter "Ham" Band)
29.7 to 50 MHz (VHF Low Band)
50 to 54 MHz (6 Meter Amateur Band)
136 to 144 MHz (Military Land Mobile)
144 to 148 MHz (2 Meter "Ham" Band)
406 to 420 MHz (Federal Government Land Mobile)
420 to 450 MHz (70cm "Ham" Band)
450 to 470 MHz (UHF Standard Band)
470 to 512 MHz (UHF "T" Band)

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, visit

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Ok doc, I'll see if I can walk you thru this as there don't seem to be a manual available for download.
* Push manual button and bring it around to channel #1
Enter the freq including the decimal point. Push the E button to enter the freq into the first channel.
* Push manual again and move to channel #2 and repeat.
If you need some new freq's for your area, go here, click on your state, county, and it'll give you a complete rundown.
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If you need 10 codes for your area, go here and click on your state.
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