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- Power the scanner ON - Press HOLD to stop scanning. - Enter the number of the channel that you wish to program. - Pres the FUNC and PGM keys. - Enter the frequency, including decimal point. - Press E to enter the information into memory.
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Press Manual,enter the channel, press Manual,enter the frequency you want including the decimal point,press E. If you make a mistake, press CLR twice to erase. Get the frequency,s for your state at, RadioFreq.com or RadioReference.com hope this helps..
The 92 does not have a separate/dedicated weather band feature, but you can program individual NOAA frequencies into it. Weather broadcast frequencies are: 162.400 MHz : 162.425 MHz : 162.450 MHz : 162.475 MHz : 162.500 MHz : 162.525 MHz : 162.550 MHz.