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Galaxy Saturn DX22B Question

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Hi everyone, new to the forums, not really new to radio, but definitely new to 10m and CB base stations. No amateur license yet, but it will be done, so right now I'm just operating on 11m. I have a DX22B that I decided would be a good idea to use the scan function with. So I read the manual, set the scan function up, and the last thing in the manual about this said "You've now set the upper and lower limits of the radio, you cannot change this". Perturbed is a good word for that moment LOL. Anyway, the radio is now stuck to only operate on 27mhz, and I've locked myself out of all the other bands. Searched all over the internet and cannot for the life of me find out how to undo this or set the radio back to factory default. I've tried using the 'man' button, but that didn't have any impact. No matter what I try to do, if I'm on freq 27.3150 for example, I can change everything AFTER the 7, which was not the case before setting up scan.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

- Redneck Yankee
 

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Since this thread is about a piece of CB equipment, it has been moved to the CB forum.
 
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Thanks for the info, found a solution by accident. Pulled the cover and noticed the AAA batteries weren't looking good, so I replaced them, and by taking them out, it reset everything.
 
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