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Novice looking to program frequencies into a PRO-528

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MONONC420

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I have the following list of frequencies that i would like to program into my PRO-528:
160.980, 161.070, 160.800, 161.400, 160.965, 161.220, 161.010. I don't know much of anything about how to program these scanners, so i would really appreciate it if you could take me step by step.

Thanks So Much!
Christian
 

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Follow the 6 steps on pages 21 and 22 of the manual to input your railroad frequencies


MONONC420 said:
I have the following list of frequencies that i would like to program into my PRO-528:
160.980, 161.070, 160.800, 161.400, 160.965, 161.220, 161.010. I don't know much of anything about how to program these scanners, so i would really appreciate it if you could take me step by step.

Thanks So Much!
Christian
 
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