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Old 05-16-2007, 5:02 PM
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Default Regency R1070 Programming

A freind of mine gave me an old scanner a R1070. I tried to program in frequencies but keep getting a "Fr Err". I "googled" the model with no luck on a manual for programming. If someone knows steps for programming or where a copy of manual on internet is, please let me know. My thanks in advance.
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Old 05-16-2007, 5:35 PM
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You can obtain one here:
It is under Regency inthe scanner list. The order link is at the bottom of the page.
Hope this is what you are looking for.
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Old 11-03-2009, 9:00 AM
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Post Regency R1070 Frequencies for people with no manual

These are the ranges it supports.

30-50 Mhz
144-174 Mhz
440-512 Mhz

To make it scan, first set the range by pressing Manual and then Search. It will ask for the LOwer end and the UPper end of the range. Enter them, press Scan and then Search, and it will start scanning. When it locks and you want to keep going, hit Search again. You can press Delay to stop at a channel temporarily. To save a frequency in memory, hit Manual and pick a number, then type it out and hit Enter. When you have a few channels saved and you want to check up on each of them, Scan scans through memory. The Lock button is to skip a particular channel while scanning.

That's pretty much the whole manual right there.
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