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patrick911

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Hi

I'm trying to program a site that has 12 LCN. LCN 8 and 9 does not have any frequency. I put 0 in the field of LCN 8 and 9 then I put the normal frequency to LCN 10-11-12. When I close the editor LCN 10-11 move to LCN 8-9 and LCN 12 move to LCN 10.

Now my question is what can I do to make sure LCN 8-9 stays clear and 10-11-12 stays at their place.

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mitaux8030

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Never had that situation before, but if you just put in dummy frequencies for the unassigned LCNs that should fix your problem.
 

ElroyJetson

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You don't have to enter dummy frequencies with ProGrammer. They can be skipped.

If there are ten active frequencies, enter all ten, in the correct order.


I've never had a problem and one system I listen to supposedly has three skipped channels.

I don't drop or miss calls.


Elroy
 

bar422

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I had them same problem ......I put in the dummy frequencies and that cured it.
 
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