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GP380 Questions!

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N1SQB

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Well Here Goes!
I am relatively new to this particular radio's software.( Professional GP300/GM300series
Version D03.02.01 ). I have every parameter set up perfect, the way I want it without any errors coming up.
The only thing I cannot figure is how to set up a scan list. I have only 12 channels programmed. I set the amount of channels in the scan section to 12 but it is not scanning. The display shows the 2 directional type lines indicating that scan mode is active. However, when I key up the mic on another portable, which should cause the radio to stop scanning, it does not. I have cjecked all my TX RX pls and all match. I am able to break the squelch when I key up in manual mode. I dont get it. If anyone can help me out, it would be highly appreciated.

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I think you have to assign the scan list you created to a zone. Then it should scan and stop when the channel is active.
 

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I understand that! I thought of doing the same thing. There is a section that asks you how many channels in scanlist-1. I listed all the ones programmed. It still does not scan them.

Manny
 

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I understand that! I thought of doing the same thing. There is a section that asks you how many channels in scanlist-1. I listed all the ones programmed. It still does not scan them.

Manny
Other areas also need to be programmed for scan - finally got it and when i find my notes I'll send
 
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