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I've got a 210 as well. It was my Dad's, from when he was a fire police officer in PA. (He had a crystal controlled Regency and a dip switch programmed one as well.)
The 210 doesn't work correctly anymore, and I'm doubtful it would be repairable.
It won't take a direct frequency entry any longer. If you program a frequency, and hit Enter, it'll show some completely different frequency. If you continue to press Enter, the frequency continues to change, until it happens to show some frequency that is out of the scanner's range, then it'll show an error. You have to set the frequency as the upper and lower search limit, wait for a transmission, then hit Hold.
Even when all the memories are programmed, it will randomly shift the contents of the memories up a couple of channels. For example, channels 1-10 would end up on channels 3-2.
I wish it still worked though, for sentimental reasons.
(Yes, I know this is a 2006 thread that just got revived. Couldn't help myself.)
Last edited by KB7MIB; 09-23-2013 at 11:09 PM..