I do not have a clue about how to work these things! Someone gave them to me and Im obviously ignorant about them. Please help me to knoww how to use these and what their capabilities are. Thank you Raina McMillin
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Re: Uniden 2-way rc1032
Hi, it's basically a pair of push to talk radios (You push the button on the side to talk and release to listen). As long as you set to the same channel, you should be in contact, good for quite a distance. (Their product info says 6 miles, but experience has taught me to cut it to 'bout a third). It's got so many features that you have to read the manual which is available on line @ http://www.uniden.com/pdf/GMR638-2CKom.pdf.
One thing you have to remember is to set both radios to identical setting.
Hope this be of some help to you. Good luck.
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Most phone systems use the same AC adapter (wall block) for the base as they use for the remote charging bases. You may have just fried the base AC adapter. See if that is the case with your system and try the working AC adapter with the base to see if it will work or not. Good Luck.
you need to know the frequency you want to listen in on like local fire police and sheriff and ambulance channels you can go to bear-cat web site and they have a company there that will give you the scanner frequencies in your area code so you can store then to listen to them, you can also get the Freq. for the 1.2 million UN peace keepers in the U.S. as well. However you need to im put the frequencies manually and you need the manual so go to the web site for the uniden it's http://www.uniden.com and read how to store the freq. codes in the scanner. it will tell you how many you can store I think it's up to 10.
I experienced this when using this model phone as an analog adjunct to an extension on a Panasonic TA624. The problem would come and go--and was driving me nuts! Turned out the culprit was BGM (Background Music) was occasionally being activated/deactivated on that extension, by pressing the  key inadvertedly. Since there was no outside music source--it was not playing anything to give you a clue. Once I hooked up a music source (an MP3 player) it became obvious. Good luck on finding your problem. mmcalli