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Weather alarm ??

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ScanDaBands

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anybody have a recording of the SAME weather alert ?? I've never heard it on my scanner !!!
 

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what kind of scanner do you have? If it's a pro 97 open weather band by hitting the wx button, Then hit F WX again to enter same code setting, Then press and hold the WX button and it will go off, Then when it starts repeating press any key to exit..If it's another kind if you'll tell us what maybe we can help ya further or better..
 

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Mine starts out diff, has an ascending tone x 2 or 3 times.

Do not have a record of it but will try to remember next time it hits my area.

BC246T here.
 

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I have a BCT15 and others , I know how to do the alert thing - I've just never heard it.
 

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It's actually "SOS" in morse code, but REALLLLLLLY fast.

Just a little factoid...
 
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