what type of scanner do you have? can you get the control channel or is it just the talk group? if you can get the control channel check your scanner settings and make sure nothing that you want is locked out to see if that solves the issueFor 3 days, I haven't been able to hear Midland, Penatang, Wasaga Beach, Collingwood OPP. Anyone else with this issue?
Is it my scanner or is this blackout the result of the server crash?
What multiple talkgroups appeared? I really doubt that you have found anything new but I am betting that whatever these talkgroups are, they appear to be used with maybe the MTO Enforcement talkgroups.Hey Guys. I was wondering too. Put my fleetnet bank on SEARCH and found multiple talk groups using a numbered TGID that didn't appear in the database page (I usually receive Middlesex and Elgin County plus TACs etc.).
Checked just now and they're back on the standard TGID. Not sure if system maintenance or something is going on or they're trying to f*&k with us. haha
....and as Mike just mentioned, 8339 is Middlexsex patched (8336 + 3) and 8259 is Elgin patched (8256 + 3).No, my scanner is properly setup. These are the TGID's in my Quick Save Group:
8339 and 8259. In fact the OPP are using 8339 at 401/402 split RIGHT NOW.
To the user about the OPP not caring, the "haha" meant that comment was in jest.
I think you have a 396T? If so in order to hear a patched talkgroup (the picture you posted shows the TG +3, that indicates that it is patched) you have to enter in both talkgroups that are patched.In case any of you are concerned about my scanner setup and what TGID I'm listening to, here is a pic of the scanner view while OPP were transmitting about accidents on highways 401 and 402 (snowy here).
Don't worry guys, not a scanner noob.