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Problem entering frequencies with BC92XLT

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Hartsrw12

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I also have a newbie question. I have a Uniden BC92XLT and was trying to enter 462.950
freq and keep getting an error, also got the same message with 350.200. Anyone have an idea.
 

89liam146

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i have the same scanner and i entered it in mine and it stored it but i cant hear anything cos im out of range but maybe there is not a strong enough frequency near your house
 

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89 - thanks for trying but that is not correct.

12 - walk us through the EXACT steps, every keypress, you are doing.
 

UPMan

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350.200 is not in the BC92XLT's tunable range, so an error tone is to be expected.

You should be able to enter 462.95, though...
 
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