Pro 106 Programming Question

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dgregjones

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While experimenting with the search features I noticed the term "all" which toggles to "ALL" in the display when the "F2" button is pressed. This option is only on the CB, Marine, and F/G/MURS bands. I couldn't find anything in the manual that discusses this and I am curious as to what it does.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
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While experimenting with the search features I noticed the term "all" which toggles to "ALL" in the display when the "F2" button is pressed. This option is only on the CB, Marine, and F/G/MURS bands. I couldn't find anything in the manual that discusses this and I am curious as to what it does.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
Duke, NH
That indicates which signal stalker sub bands are being searched. It's in the manual on page 60-64.

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In the context of a Service search, you can lockout individual channels on for CB, Marine, and F/G/MURS by hitting the L/OUT button at any time, useful for if you find a specific channel that may have interference of some kind. all means that it will search the channels that are unlocked while ALL means it will ignore all your L/OUT channels and search for all channels available (and can be used to get to channels you previously locked out).

Here's the specific section in the Easier to Read Pro-106/197/PSR500/600 Digital Scanner Manual that references what it does.
 
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