Re: Uniden service


Are you leaving it plugged in 24/7? How are you using the scanner. running on battery mostly? Do you turn it off at night?

On 9/13/2020 2:13 PM, Mark Lewin wrote:
I was following the clock issue when it was a big issue with the BC436 and UPMan mentioned that the problem not only affected the 436 but was potentially an issue with the HP (although it was not an issue for my unit until about March or April of this year).  Yes, I know about  the need to plug in and run the scanner for a period of time (I believe it was 55-60 consecutive hours) while plugged in, in order to recharge the built in clock battery.  I've done that but I still lose clock settings after about 18 hours.

On Sun, Sep 13, 2020 at 3:03 PM Joe M. <mch@...> wrote:
I've only ever heard of a couple reports about the original issue on
this model. Are you sure it simply does not need charged (Run it for a
couple days)?

Joe M.

On 9/13/2020 2:53 PM, Mark Lewin wrote:
> While it's informative and enjoyable to read everyone's comments about
> the Home Patrol 2, it appears to me as if the thread has been hijacked.
> The original thread concerned Uniden service turnaround, in general, and
> specifically for the HP2.
> I'm still asking for anyone with relevant information to comment about
> that original post
> On Sun, Sep 13, 2020 at 2:46 PM The Doctor [412/724/301/703/415/510]
> <drwho@... <mailto:drwho@...>> wrote:
>     ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
>     On Saturday, September 12, 2020 11:57 PM, Anthony Cardenas
>     <wa6igj@... <mailto:wa6igj@...>> wrote:
>>     * My HomePatrol 2 is about 2 months and while it does function,
>>     the overall "audio quality" is poor at best.  Of all the scanners
>>     I've ever owned, since Regency (vacuum tubes), Midland (manual
>>     dial), Bearcat 250's Radio Shacks and more; this HomePatrol 2
>>     audio is simply the worst.
>     A little signal processing through sox (
>     might help with that.
>>     * Although I set it's range to 10 miles,  I still receive stations
>>     more than 20 miles away... and no, those stations are not local
>>     repeaters.
>     Nice.  I'll have to look into this unit.
>>     * Also, it was disappointing to discover (too late) that Uniden
>>     demands another $50.00 to "fully enable" the services my Home
>>     Patrol 2 SHOULD scan right out of the box after setup!
>>     Receiving a crippled high-dollar scanner was a very unhappy
>>     experience and I wonder how many other HomePatrol 2 owners feel
>>     the same?
>     Someone has to have figured out the procedure they use to unlock
>     those features and posted them somewhere.  Now you've got me curious.
>     The Doctor [412/724/301/703/415/510]
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>     is the time of monsters.
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