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Re: Programming an analog Motorola Type 11 Smartnet (Roseville, CA)

I signed up for a paid subscription to RadioReference.com and via Freescan download and sent to the scanner the proper information for not only Roseville, but
mainusaman
Nov 16, 2016
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1070

Re: Programming an analog Motorola Type 11 Smartnet (Roseville, CA)

Okay. Then I enter the Command Channels in the Band Plan. But what offset do I use?
mainusaman
Oct 30, 2016
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1069

Re: Programming an analog Motorola Type 11 Smartnet (Roseville, CA)

You programmed it as "Mot 800 MHz Standard". If it has rebanded, you need to program it as such. Joe M.
MCH
Oct 29, 2016
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1068

Programming an analog Motorola Type 11 Smartnet (Roseville, CA)

In FreeScan, I set up as below: Site Type - Mot 800 MHz Standard (Type 11) - Control Channels only [MOT2] Roseville ... In the two groups, I listed all the
mainusaman
Oct 29, 2016
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1067

No unit ID's on trunk system.

I just reprogrammed St Lucie County into my BC-346XT and am not getting any unit id's. I programmed it awhile ago and don't remember, exactly, how I did it..
dxer@bellsouth.net
Oct 19, 2016
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1066

Re: Kills batteries

Yep, California model so I have to charge the batteries externally. I will get the discharged batteries in another device today and see what happens. Clarence
Clarence Matthews
Oct 3, 2016
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1065

Re: Kills batteries

I think he meant the external charger he has that might be an issue. Joe M. On 10/2/2016 9:51 PM, 'Mark W. Walton' mark.walton@...
MCH
Oct 2, 2016
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1064

Re: Kills batteries

IIRC you said your scanner is a California model that doesn’t have a charging circuit. Mark Walton mark.walton@...
Mark W. Walton
Oct 2, 2016
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1063

Re: Kills batteries

Yes, I have another device. I will try that. And they were not even warm after being drained. Might just be the charger... More investigation.. Thanks for the
Clarence Matthews
Oct 2, 2016
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Re: Kills batteries

That does complicate things. Yes - could be the charger or the cells themselves. Do you have another device that uses AA cells to try them on? If the cells are
MCH
Oct 2, 2016
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1061

Re: Kills batteries

Yes, batteries i just charged. Today I tried another tact. I purchased a set of 4 new batteries. Put three of them in and walla, it works! does not kill the
Clarence Matthews
Oct 2, 2016
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1060

Re: Kills batteries

Sounds like something is shorted in the scanner. That would explain both the batteries and the charger. Although draining the cells in a minute would make the
MCH
Oct 2, 2016
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Re: Kills batteries

It drains freshly drained cells in less than a minute. I too am thinking a trip to the shop is in order. Need to figure out address to send it to. Clarence
Clarence Matthews
Oct 2, 2016
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1058

Re: Kills batteries

Try a different house charger? Offhand, I would say a trip to Uniden repair might be warranted. I've heard of the "illegal voltage" being a bad adapter, but
MCH
Oct 1, 2016
#1058
 
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Re: Kills batteries

I have used a combination of several sets of batteries.. In additon, when I use the house adapter, the screen says "illegal voltage" When i use the automobile
Clarence Matthews
Oct 1, 2016
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