Uniden UBC73XLT Owner's Manual: Setting Up Your Scanner; Using Internal Batteries

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Setting Up Your Scanner

Setting Up Your Scanner
These guidelines will help you install and use your
new scanner:
If your scanner receives interference or electrical
noise, move the scanner or its antenna away
from the source.
To improve the scanner's reception, use an
optional external antenna designed for multi-
band coverage. (You can purchase this type of
antenna at a local electronics store). If the
optional antenna has no cable, use 50-70 ohm
coaxial cable for lead-in. A mating plug might be
necessary for the optional antennas.
Use an included earphone or mono headset with
proper impedance for private listening. Read the
precautions on the inside front cover of this
Owners Manual.
Do not use the scanner in high-moisture
environments such as the kitchen or bathroom.
• Avoid placing the scanner in direct sunlight or
near heating elements or vents.
Using Internal Batteries
You can power your scanner using two alkaline or
rechargeable AA batteries (not supplied).
Using Non-Rechargeable Batteries
1. Make sure the power is turned off.
2. Slide the battery compartment cover.
3. Before you install alkaline or any other non-
rechargeable batteries, use a pointed object
such as a ballpoint pen to set REG. ALK. BATT./
NI-MH BATT. inside the compartment to REG.
Setting Up Your Scanner

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  • dwayne Jan 02, 2013 07:28:
    i have reset my ubc73xlt an now wont let me put nouthing in keeps saying error