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Old 11-28-2011, 5:18 PM
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Default PSR 500 Heap Error

Was trying to program psr 500 scanner and now it gives me a heap error message followed by 221b1f:2222.the only way to get rid of this message is to turn off scanner.but once you try any buttons after you power it back up it goes right back to the heap error disabling all other functions.the.anybody ever hear of such a thing and how do i fix it.any help would be great.thanks.
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Usually heap errors are caused by a TG not associated with any TSYS or having a duplicate TG in a TSYS.
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Old 11-28-2011, 5:40 PM
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Read Heap Messages here:

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I had one on my PRO106 a few weeks ago during a trip. Still not sure I survived without my scanner for the weekend...haha. As far as I know, the only fix is a master reset:

Turn on scanner, immediately press 0, then 1, then ENTER. Should clear things up.
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Default Heap Error

Thanks for the info guys.i seem to have solved that heap error issue.now i notice the first two seconds of the transmissions are delayed.i remember this happening before and i changed some setting.i cant remember what it was.my base picks up first then two seconds later i get audio out of the 500.what setting(s) do i need to check or adjust.thanks again for the info.
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Was trying to program psr 500 scanner and now it gives me a heap error message followed by 221b1f:2222.the only way to get rid of this message is to turn off scanner.but once you try any buttons after you power it back up it goes right back to the heap error disabling all other functions.the.anybody ever hear of such a thing and how do i fix it.any help would be great.thanks.
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You have an unassigned object in the scanner. Something hasn't been assigned to a scanlist.
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Everything is now working like it should.scans and sounds perfect.thanks again.
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One thing about the scanner is that you should periodically save it V-Scanner. That way if you get an error you can always go back and load from the V-scanner. I recommend you do this if you have made a lot of changes.
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One thing about the scanner is that you should periodically save it V-Scanner. That way if you get an error you can always go back and load from the V-scanner. I recommend you do this if you have made a lot of changes.
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I got this error this morning and I searched Google and this is what came up. It helped me so perhaps it can help someone else.

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