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PRO-197/PRO-106 audio issue

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I have a PRO-197 scanner, programmed for a Motorola II 800MHz TRS, that scans just fine. It works great on conventional frequencies, but when it stops on a TG of the TRS there is NO audio. Any ideas?
 

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Fixed!

Hi Don,

Yes it is a rebanded system. And I did select "800 MHz 'Rebanded'" from the Trunking table; but I did not select "custom" from the "Trunking Tables" pull-down in WIN500. Once I selected custom and reloaded the scanner, all is good.

Thanks!
George
 

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I have a PRO-197 scanner, programmed for a Motorola II 800MHz TRS, that scans just fine. It works great on conventional frequencies, but when it stops on a TG of the TRS there is NO audio. Any ideas?
Question was answered I was thinking it needed to be in a splinter mode on the T-tables option.
 
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