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DONT KNOW HOW TO PROGRAM

ORINARY HAS SMALL SCREEN ON RIGHT SIDE OF SCREEN HAS LETTERS RVW

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    My scanner's numbers are: BC45XLT

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To program a known frequency into your BC60XLT:

1. Press MAN
2. Enter the channel number to program (1 -10)
3. Press MAN
4. Enter frequency, including the decimal point
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Repeat the sequence for other channels

To find active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning info, visit

www.RadioReference.com

Need the manual for your scanner? You can download/print it here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC60XLTom.pdf

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-- -- -- -- 001 shows, turn dial to show A-00 this is the first "bank", pressing BAND scrolls through all the alpha "banks" - choose one.. ie A-00 (for airband..) press V/M this puts mem 001 into "bank" A mem slot 00, there are 100 slots in each letter 00 to 99. do this to any fcy you want to scan as a group.
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press BAND to scroll through any "banks" you have created ie A B C D etc (only banks with fcys in will display), press MODE -"bank"- press MODE again and you will start scanning just that "bank" of mem slots.
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1. Press Menu (Bottom left hand side of the scanner) You should see "Program System"
Press E You should see "Select System"
2. Turn VFO knob (Top outside right knob on the scanner as it faces you.) until "New System is displayed.
3. Press E
4. Using the VFO knob, select "Conventional then press E three times
5. Press the decimal key until all the letters under "Edit Name’ disappears
6. Now you’re ready to name your system. Turn the VFO to the to select a letter or number. Once the letter or number is selected, hold the Function key (Top left hand side of the scanner) while turning the VFO knob to the right to add another letter or number. When you finish, press E
7. Turn VFO to Edit Group then press E
8. Use VFO to select New Group then press E twice
9. Press the decimal key until all the letters under "Edit Name’ disappears
10. Now you’re ready to name your group. Turn the VFO to the to select a letter or number. Once the letter or number is selected, hold the Function key (Top left hand side of the scanner) while turning the VFO knob to the right to add another letter or number. When you finish, press E
11. Turn the VFO to Edit Channel then press E. (You should now see "New Channel")
12. Press E then enter a frequency
13. Press E twice
14. Press the decimal key until all the letters under "Edit Name’ disappears
15. Now you’re ready to name your "Subgroup" i.e. " Dispatch" Turn the VFO to the to select a letter or number. Once the letter or number is selected, hold the Function key (Top left hand side of the scanner) while turning the VFO knob to the right to add another letter or number. When you finish, press E then menu
16. Use VFO to select New Channel
17. Repeat steps 12 through 16
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