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KyFireFreak

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There is one channel that it will not scan on, will not revert back to either priority channel while on it, & will not do anything other than be on that channel. Now all the other channels that are programmed work fine.

What is the issue here & can it be fixed from the options menu without paying our contractor an arm & a leg to come in?

Also, we have 2 of these, one VHF & one UHF. On the VHF, when on scan & it reverts back to either of the 2 priority channels, it beeps when activating on that channel. The UHF doesn't beep when it reverts back. Most of us like this feature on the VHF, can we make the UHF do it somehow, again from the options menu?
 

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All of that is a function of programming options. Contact your radio service people and have them revise the programming to do what you want.
 
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