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Old 01-20-2014, 8:26 AM
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I am having some scan issues or programmer error. Recently programmed my xts 2500 for analog and digital frequencies. I placed them in the scan list. When I turn on scan mode and select the digital frequencies for scan they don't scan. The scan symbol shows on the screen, but no transmission comes across. I am taking it that it is programmer error. How would you correct this.

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Hi,

I am having some scan issues or programmer error. Recently programmed my xts 2500 for analog and digital frequencies. I placed them in the scan list. When I turn on scan mode and select the digital frequencies for scan they don't scan. The scan symbol shows on the screen, but no transmission comes across. I am taking it that it is programmer error. How would you correct this.

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If the scan symbol shows and the scan button works, you successfully pointed to this scan list in the Astro "personality." I suspect you have a NAC error.
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