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mcs2000 ll vhf issues

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wildfiretn

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Well

I don't have either checked in cps for it. I'll try clicking it tho. But it don't seem to be sending the right one period. I tried entering a different one and scanning for it. Nothing.
 

cmdrwill

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Your scanner is WAY TOO close, the MCS is very high power and is overloading your poor scanner.
 

nrfire2003

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When you program make sure you check low power for when you are using another radio or scanner to make sure it is working. I had to do the same thing when I programed all of mine.
 

wildfiretn

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fixed

fixed. it indeed was inverted for whatever reason. I also had to enable talk around for that particular channel. Thank you guys so much. This has been a nightmare to learn and program this silly thing. Thank goodness it was free.
 
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