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Old 01-30-2018, 10:13 PM
   
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Question TK-5210 multi zone scan

I have a TK-5210 V2.0 that I am having issues getting to scan the way I would like.

My intent is to have my first zone for one place of employment, which I can delete when I go to the other place of employment and add that one into the scan list. What I was hoping is to use the zone delete/add feature so I do not have to sit and delete or add each individual channel each time I go from one job to the next.

I have it set up to do multi zone scan incase I want to scan a channel in another zone while still listening to one of my two primary zones. When I delete zone 2, which is one of my two primarily used zones, the radio will still scan channels 1 and 2 when I only want to scan zone 1. Some of the channels used in zone 1, are scanned in zone 2 but those are not the channels that the radio scans when zone 2 is technically supposed to be deleted.

Hopefully that is explained well enough to understand my issue. Any help is appreciated.
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