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    Table of Contents
    Introduction...................................................................................................... 3
    FCC Statement........................................................................................... 4
    IC Statement.............................................................................................. 5
    Mounting the BC-RH96.................................................................................. 7
    Using the Mounting Bracket...................................................................... 7
    Using Hook and Loop Material................................................................. 9
    BC-RH96 Connections.................................................................................. 10
    Connecting Cables......................................................................................... 11
    Remote Head and Scanner Power............................................................ 11
    Control Cable........................................................................................... 11
    Data Port Cable — Firmware Updates.................................................... 12
    Control Configuration Guides...................................................................... 13
    The BR330T Key Configuration.............................................................. 14
    The BCD396T Key Configuration........................................................... 14
    The BCT15 Key Configuration................................................................ 15
    The BCD996T Key Configuration........................................................... 15
    Operation........................................................................................................ 16
    Setting the BC-RH96 Backlight.............................................................. 17
    Configuration — Menu Mode.................................................................. 18
    Setting the BC-RH96 LCD Contrast....................................................... 18

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    Setting Mobile Options.................................................................................. 19
    Mobile Default Key Assigment............................................................... 19
    Setting Handy Options.................................................................................. 21
    Default Handy Option Key Assigment.................................................... 21
    Setting the Function Mode............................................................................ 22
    Setting Hold Timer................................................................................... 22
    Setting Auto Release................................................................................ 23
    Miscellaneous.................................................................................................. 23
    Volume Settings - For Handy Scanner..................................................... 23
    Control Limitations.................................................................................. 24
    Serial Operation Precautions................................................................... 24
    Initialize Memory (Reset)........................................................................ 25
    Using the Cable Clamp............................................................................ 25
    Specifications.................................................................................................. 26
    One Year Limited Warranty......................................................................... 26

    © 2007 Uniden America Corporation, Fort Worth, TX 76155 All Rights Reserved

    



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    ● It recognizes the scanner baud rate for reliable
    communications between units.
    ● Its Volume and Squelch controls emulate those on
    the scanner.
    ● It provides a large, easy to read LCD display with
    adjustable backligh and contrast levels.
    ● It emulates your mobile scanner’s Close Call and
    Alert LED signals.
    Please read the entire manual to familiarize yourself
    with installation and operation for maximum
    enjoyment.

    Introduction
    Your Bearcat BC-RH96 Remote Head helps you get
    more out of your Uniden BCD396T, BR330T, BCT15,
    or BCD996T scanner.
    The BC-RH96 provides the following features:
    ● It controls all the functions of your Uniden mobile or
    handy scanner (with the exception of the scanner’s
    power control.)
    ● It gives you three shortcut keys that you can assign
    to your scanner’s most often used operations.
    ● It serves as a large LCD with your handy scanner.

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    FCC Statement

    If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
    radio or television reception, which can be determined
    by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
    encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
    more of the following measures:
    ● Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
    ● Increase the separation between the equipment and
    the receiver.
    ● Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
    different from that to which the receiver is
    connected.
    ● Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
    technician for help.

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply
    with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
    to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
    to provide reasonable protection against harmful
    interference in a residential installation.
    This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
    frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
    accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
    interference to radio communications. However, there
    is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
    particular installation.

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    IC Statement

    This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
    Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
    1. This device may not cause harmful interference,
    and

    This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
    ICES-003.
    Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la
    norme NMB-003 du Canada.

    . this device must accept any interference received,
    including interference that may cause undesired
    operation.

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    ● Remote connection cable, 10 feet in length.
    ● A correctly polarized vehicle DC adapter to let you
    connect the Remote Head to a convenience outlet in
    your vehicle that provides 12-13.8 VDC.
    ● This Owner’s Manual.
    ● A set of pocket-sized Quick Reference Configuration
    cards for convenient setup and usage.
    ● A Self Adhesive Cable Clamp

    Included with your BC-RH96
    Your Bearcat Remote Head is supplied with essential
    components and accessories to get you operational.
    Supplied are:
    ● The BC-RH96 Remote Head unit.
    ● A steel mounting bracket with
    attachment washers factory installed.
    ● Mounting hardware (screws and washers)
    to attach the bracket.
    ● Threaded knobs to allow mounting the
    Remote Head quickly to the bracket.

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    If any of the above items are missing or damaged,
    immediately contact your place of purchase or Uniden
    Customer Service at (800) 297-1023.

    



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    Mounting the BC-RH96

    or in front of your dash, armrest console, or other
    location. If you drill carelessly, expensive damage can
    result. If in doubt, consult your vehicle dealer’s service
    department or a qualified professional installer.

    The following two mounting methods are suggestions
    used by most. Depending upon your individual
    situation, you may decide on a different approach.

    Important: AVOID AIRBAG DEPLOYMENT
    ZONES. Ignoring this installation concern may result
    in bodily harm and the inability of the airbag to perform properly.
    Be sure to select a mounting location so that when you
    route power and remote cables they do not interfere
    with any existing cables or other controls.
    Check local laws to determine if using a scanner is
    legal in your area.

    Using the Mounting Bracket
    For most vehicles, the supplied bracket will be the
    easiest method of mounting.
    With the bracket removed from the Remote Head, use
    the holes in the bracket as a template to initially mark
    the location you plan to use in your vehicle. Be absolutely certain of what might be behind the mounting
    surface before making any holes, be it above, or below,

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    ●-

    1. Using the supplied screws or other suitable
    hardware, secure the bracket.
    . Insert the BC-RH96 and insert the bracket knobs
    to lock the Remote Head in position.

    Under Dash
    Bracket

    3. Attach the provided Cigarette Lighter Power Cord
    to the rear power jack marked DC IN 13.8V.
    Then plug the adapter end into a dash mounted
    12V DC socket.

    Star
    Washers
    & Screws

    Bracket
    Knobs

    4. Insert the 3-Conductor Mini-Plug of the supplied
    ten-foot cable in the REMOTE jack on the back
    of the scanner.

    BC-RH96

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    5. Route the Remote Cable through the Slotted Guide
    (3) so it lies flat. Route the Power Cord so it does
    not interfere with any other wires.

    Follow the directions supplied with the hook and loop
    material. Locate a suitable spot on the dash, console,
    or other area. If you use the Remote Head in another
    place such as a radio room, using tape lets you quickly
    mount or remove the Head as desired.

    Using Hook and Loop Material
    The rear of the unit, when all connectors and cables
    are properly routed, is flat. This permits using hook
    and loop material (not supplied) that has a heavy-duty
    peel and stick adhesive on one side. This material is
    generally available from electronic supply stores and
    hardware stores.
    Do not apply the tape to the rear until all cables are
    installed and routed correctly.
    Do not cover the slotted guide with the tape.

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    Note: The two slots on the front of the Remote Head
    cannot be used for mounting. These slots are cosmetic
    features only.

    



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    BC-RH96 Connections
    Note: Connect the Remote Cable and route it through the cable channel as
    shown. Then connect the DC Power Cable and route it through the channel.

    1

    DC IN 13.8V

    REMOTE

    2

    Always route both cables
    through the channel.

    3

    1

    DC Power Input Jack

    2

    To Remote Cable
    Mini-Plug

    3

    Cable Routing Guides

    4

    Data Port (for firmware updates)

    4

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    Connecting Cables

    diameter and wire it with the center positive using at
    least 18 gauge wire to an extra fuse block terminal of
    your vehicle.

    There are three cables that you can connect to the BCRH96.
    ● The DC power cable
    ● The Remote Control cable
    ● The Data Port cable (not supplied with BC-RH96)

    The Remote Head cannot turn power to the scanner
    off or on. Therefore, consider connecting the power
    lead of the scanner to a terminal on your vehicle that is
    turned off when you turn off the ignition key.

    Remote Head and Scanner Power
    To provide power to the Remote Head, insert the barrel
    of the cigarette lighter adapter into the jack in the back
    of the unit marked DC IN 13.8V. Insert the other end
    in a convenient socket on the dash of your vehicle.
    To connect a power lead permanently, obtain a barrel
    connector 5.5 mm diameter, with a center pin 2 mm

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    Control Cable
    The ten-foot supplied Control Cable has a stereo miniplug on one end and a scanner serial connector on the
    other. Insert the mini-plug into the REMOTE jack on
    the rear of the Remote Head. Route the cable through
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    the guides to keep the cable correctly positioned. Then,
    route the remainder of the cable toward the location of
    your target scanner. When doing so, be sure to avoid
    sharp metal edges of your vehicle’s body, or other
    possible hazards. Be sure the cable does not interfere
    with controls, operation of the vehicle, or passenger
    safety. Insert the cable’s special connector in the front
    port of the BCT15/BCD996T mobile scanner, or the
    side port of the BR330T/BCD396T handy scanner.

    nect the data transfer cable to this port on the bottom
    of the Remote Head. Connect the other end to the DB9
    serial port on your PC. This is the only purpose of this
    connection.
    Important:
    For best operation, be sure your scanner always has the
    latest firmware. Visit www.uniden.com to verify that
    your scanner has the most up-to-date firmware.

    Data Port Cable — Firmware Updates
    The Remote Head has a data port (see BC-RH96
    Connections)so you can update the firmware using the
    data transfer cable provided with your scanner. Con-

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    Control Configuration Guides

    Important: If you have more than one scanner, be sure
    to turn off power to the BC-RH96 before switching
    target scanners.

    The BC-RH96 lets you remotely operate the following
    scanners:
    ● BCT15 Mobile Scanner
    ● BCD996T Mobile Scanner
    ● BR330T Handy Scanner
    ● BCD396T Handy Scanner

    To assist you to better understand each of these
    changes, a set of pocket-sized Quick Reference Cards
    are provided. The diagrams on the next pages replicate
    the card diagrams.

    Even though the scanners have different controls and
    functions, when you connect the BC-RH96 to the
    scanner, the Remote Head automatically changes the
    functionality of its controls to match the operation of
    the target scanner.

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    FUNC

    BR330T
    F1
    F2

    pri

    FUNC

    wx

    LIGHT
    F1=

    L/O

    F1
    F2

    pri

    wx

    F3

    F3
    MENU

    BCD396T

    rcl

    race

    rev car
    F2=

    MENU

    L/O

    att

    LIGHT
    F1=

    F3=

    The BR330T Key Configuration
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    rcl
    rev
    F2=

    att
    F3=

    The BCD396T Key Configuration
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    BCT15

    STATE
    F1
    F2
    F3
    MENU

    BCD996T
    F1

    PRI WX

    F2

    SRCH1 SRCH2 SRCH3

    FUNC

    F3

    ATT REV ALERT

    MENU

    L/O

    SRCH4 SRCH5 SRCH6

    FUNC

    ATT REV

    L/O

    LIGHT

    MUTE
    F + LIGHT

    F1=

    SRCH1 SRCH2 SRCH3

    F2=

    F1=

    F3=

    The BCT15 Key Configuration
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    F2=

    F3=

    The BCD996T Key Configuration
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    Operation

    If you have not connected a target scanner, you see
    the screen below. If the BC-RH96 remains on while
    you turn on the scanner, this display is automatically
    replaced with the scanner’s initial display.

    Apply power to your target scanner and set its Baud
    Rate to the highest setting. Make sure that the Remote
    Control cable is properly connected, and rotate the
    VOL control clockwise past OFF until it clicks.

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    The LCD displays the following screens (your version
    number may be different than the screen shown here):

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    2TGUU/'07-G[
    HQT%QPHKI

    5ECPPGT
    7PEQPPGEVGF

    7PKFGP$GCTECV
    $%4*
    8GTUKQP

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    When you turn the Remote
    Head off, you see the screen
    to the right which reminds
    you that power is still
    applied to the target scanner.

    Brightness Auto-Adjust (mobile scanners only)
    When you connect a mobile scanner, the Remote Head
    automatically adjusts its backlight brightness level to
    match the brightness level of the target mobile scanner.
    If you change the brightness level on either the Remote
    Head or the target scanner, the level changes on
    both devices at the same time. (This function is not
    available on Handy Scanners.)

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    VJGTGOQVGJGCF
    FQGUPQVVWTP
    QHHVJG5ECPPGT

    Setting the BC-RH96 Backlight
    To adjust the backlight brightness level on the Remote
    Head, repeatedly press the VOL control. The display
    cycles through available backlight brightness levels,
    including off. Stop when you reach the desired level.

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    Note: If the Remote Head is connected to a BCT15 scanner, press F + VOL control to change the
    backlight brightness level.

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    Configuration — Menu Mode

    ● To exit from the Menu Mode, press [SCAN],
    [HOLD], or [L/O].
    ● To re-enter the Menu Mode, turn the Remote head
    off then on while holding in [MENU].

    Once you have the units on, press [MENU] to enter
    the Configuration Settings Options. You can skip the
    opening screens by holding [MENU] while turning on
    power. You see the Remote
    4GOQVG*GCF/GPW
    Head Menu screen.
    ● To select an item on the
    screen, rotate the FUNC
    knob to scroll to the item.

    Setting the BC-RH96 LCD Contrast

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    1. Rotate the rotary control to Set LCD
    Contrast then press the knob or [E/Yes].
    . Rotate the knob from Contrast 1 through
    Contrast 15. The LCD contrast changes with
    each level. The default is level 8.
    3. When you reach the desired level, press the knob or
    [E/Yes] again to make your selection.

    ● To make a choice, press [E/Yes] or the rotary FUNC
    knob.
    ● To step back to a previous menu, press [MENU].

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    Setting Mobile Options

    The Default selection associates the F Keys on the
    Remote Head exactly the same as the corresponding F
    Key on the target mobile scanner.

    1. Scroll to highlight Mobile Option, then press
    the rotary knob.
    . The screen shows Set Key Assign. Press
    the rotary knob again.

    Mobile Default Key Emulation
    Mobile Default Key Assigment

    3. Scroll to the desired
    key (F1 Key, F2
    Key, or F3 Key) and
    press the rotary knob
    to select it.

    ORIGINAL Key Operation
    BCD996T
    BCT15
    [F1]
    [PRI]
    [POL/DOT]
    [F]
    [WX]
    [HP/BT]
    [F3]
    [GPS]
    [GPS]

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    &GHCWNV-G[
    (
    /GPW-G[
    (
    .1-G[

    Key

    4. For each F Key, you can select a function from the
    Select Action menu screen.

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    The Default Option table only applies to the BCT15
    and BCD996T. The following list applies to all four
    scanners (mobile and handy type) for F1, F2, or F3.

    CC Band Menu.............Close Call Band Setting Menu
    Settings Menu........................................ Settings Menu
    Brdcst Scrn Menu..........Broadcast Screen Band Menu
    Search L/O Menu................................Review L/O List

    F1, F2, F3 Key
    Function
    F+Menu Key....................................[FUNC]+[MENU]
    F+L/O Key............................................[FUNC]+[L/O]
    Scan Key............................................................. [Scan]
    Hold Key.............................................................[Hold]
    Service Menu................... Service Search Range Menu
    WX Scan Menu............................WX Operation Menu
    Goto Custom...............................Custom Search Mode
    Goto CC Only........................... Close Call Only Mode
    Goto Tone-Out....................... Tone Out Standby Mode

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    Details about each of the operations of the F keys listed
    above can be found in the respective Owner’s Manual
    for the mobile or handy scanners.

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    Setting Handy Options

    The Default selection associates the F Keys on the
    Remote Head exactly the same as the corresponding
    F Key on a Mobile scanner or a function on a Handy
    scanner.

    1. Scroll to highlight Handy Option, then press
    the rotary knob.

    Handy Default Key Emulation
    Default Handy Option Key Assigment

    . The screen shows Set Key Assign . Press
    the rotary knob again.

    ORIGINAL Key Operation
    BR330T
    BCD396T
    [F1]
    Custom Search
    [F]
    CC Only
    [F3]
    Tone-Out
    Key

    3. Scroll to the desired key (F1 Key, F2 Key, or F3
    Key) and press the rotary knob to select it.
    4. For each F Key, select a function from the Select
    Action menu screen.

    F Key column applies to the BC-RH96 F keys.

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    The five settings are:
    Off:
    Function mode is continuously enabled only
    while pressing the Control or SQ knob.

    Setting the Function Mode
    If you scroll to the Handy Option menu, you can
    highlight Set Func Mode.
    Select this to choose between Set Hold Timer
    and Set Auto Release.

    Setting Hold Timer
    When you select this option, you can scroll through
    and select from five settings. The setting determines
    how long the knob acting as the FUNC control is
    enabled each time you press it if you do nothing else.

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    3 sec:

    Function mode is enabled for 3 seconds after
    releasing the Control or SQ knob.

    5 sec:

    Function mode is enabled for 5 seconds after
    releasing the Control or SQ knob.

    10 sec: Function mode is enabled for 10 seconds after
    releasing the Control or SQ knob.
    Infinite: Function mode is enabled until the Control or
    SQ knob is pressed again (default).
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    Setting Auto Release

    Miscellaneous

    Choose this option to set the Function Auto Release to
    On or Off.

    Volume Settings - For Handy Scanner

    While it is possible to configure the BC-RH96 rotary
    FUNC control as your VOL control, we suggest not
    doing so. The VOL control still functions as a volume
    control. If the FUNC control is configured as volume,
    it is possible to have a situation that a very slight
    movement of the VOL control results in a sudden and
    loud increase in your audio. It is best to configure the
    VOL control as volume in all cases.

    Turning the Auto-Release on lets you press any key to
    exit the Function mode.
    Turning the Auto-Release off (the default setting)
    means you can only press the Function key to exit
    Function mode. No other key has any effect.

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    Control Limitations

    Serial Operation Precautions

    There are some operations that cannot be performed
    using the BC-RH96.

    The BCT15 and the BCD996T have a 9-pin serial
    connection in the back designed for use with serial
    operations in addition to the special serial jack on the
    front.
    Other than connecting a GPS, the front and the back
    cannot be used or connected at the same time when the
    BC-RH96 is in use.
    For example, if you connect a 9-pin serial cable to
    your PC to use the UASD programming software,
    disconnect the BC-RH96 front cable first.

    Operation
    Power control
    Wired and On-Air Clone
    Upside Down Display
    Backlight Scanner Control
    Key Lock Operation
    No Close Call & Alert LED

    Scanner Type
    All
    All
    Mobile
    Handy
    Handy
    Handy

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    Initialize Memory (Reset)

    Using the Cable Clamp

    A self-adhesive clamp/
    guide is provided to
    assist you to safely
    route the Remote Cable
    to your target scanner.
    With the unit off, press and hold the following keys
    Clean the planned
    and turn on power at the same time: [2], [9] and
    location, peel the base
    [HOLD].You see the reset screen below.
    covering, and firmly
    If you turn off power
    press it on the scanner.
    during reset, the process
    Then route the Remote Cable through the guide. This
    starts again when you next #NN/GOQT[%NGCT helps assure that the remote Cable will not come out
    turn on the unit.
    2NGCUG9CKV
    of the special connector on either a Mobile of Handy
    scanner.
    To reset the BC-RH96 to factory default settings,
    follow the sequence below. Note that once done, there
    is no undo and all programmed keys are reset.

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    Specifications
    Size (inches)

    7.2 W x 1.9 D x 2.2 H
    (without knobs)

    Weight (Remote
    Head only)

    0.7 pounds

    Input Voltage

    13.8 Vdc (11.0 - 16.6 Vdc)

    Current Drain
    (nominal)

    In standby: 2 mA
    In use: 106 mA (backlight high)

    Operating
    Temperature

    -20° to +60° C
    (-4° to +140° F)

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    One Year Limited Warranty

    Important: Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty
    service. WARRANTOR: UNIDEN AMERICA CORPORATION
    (“Uniden”) ELEMENTS OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants, for one
    year, to the original retail owner, this Uniden Product to be free from
    defects in materials and craftsmanship with only the limitations or
    exclusions set out below.
    WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the original user
    shall terminate and be of no further effect 12 months after the
    date of original retail sale. The warranty is invalid if the Product
    is (A) damaged or not maintained as reasonable or necessary,
    (B) modified, altered, or used as part of any conversion kits,
    subassemblies, or any configurations not sold by Uniden, (C)
    improperly installed, (D) serviced or repaired by someone other
    than an authorized Uniden service center for a defect or malfunction
    covered by this warranty, (E) used in any conjunction with

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    equipment or parts or as part of any system not manufactured by
    Uniden, or (F) installed or programmed by anyone other than as
    detailed by the owner’s manual for this product.
    STATEMENT OF REMEDY: In the event that the product does not
    conform to this warranty at any time while this warranty is in effect,
    warrantor will either, at its option, repair or replace the defective
    unit and return it to you without charge for parts, service, or any
    other cost (except shipping and handling) incurred by warrantor
    or its representatives in connection with the performance of this
    warranty. Warrantor, at its option, may replace the unit with a
    new or refurbished unit. THE LIMITED WARRANTY SET FORTH
    ABOVE IS THE SOLE AND ENTIRE WARRANTY PERTAINING
    TO THE PRODUCT AND IS IN LIEU OF AND EXCLUDES ALL
    OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER,
    WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR ARISING BY OPERATION
    OF LAW, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED
    WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
    PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER

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    OR PROVIDE FOR THE REIMBURSEMENT OR PAYMENT OF
    INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states do
    not allow this exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
    damages so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
    LEGAL REMEDIES: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and
    you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. This
    warranty is void outside the United States of America and Canada.
    PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE OF WARRANTY:
    If, after following the instructions in the owner’s manual you are certain
    that the Product is defective, pack the Product carefully (preferably
    in its original packaging). The Product should include all parts and
    accessories originally packaged with the Product. Include evidence
    of original purchase and a note describing the defect that has caused
    you to return it. The Product should be shipped freight prepaid, by
    traceable means, to warrantor at:
    Uniden America Service
    4700 Amon Carter Blvd.
    Fort Worth, TX 76155

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Sie erhalten das Handbuch in Ihrer E-Mail innerhalb von Minuten. Wenn Sie keine E-Mail erhalten haben, haben Sie wahrscheinlich die falsche E-Mail-Adresse eingegeben oder Ihre Mailbox ist zu voll. Darüber hinaus kann es sein, dass Ihr ISP eine maximale Größe für E-Mails empfangen kann.

Das Handbuch wird per E-Mail gesendet. Überprüfen Sie ihre E-Mail.

Wenn Sie innerhalb von 15 Minuten keine E-Mail mit dem Handbuch erhalten haben, kann es sein, dass Sie eine falsche E-Mail-Adresse eingegeben haben oder dass Ihr ISP eine maximale Größe eingestellt hat, um E-Mails zu erhalten, die kleiner als die Größe des Handbuchs sind.

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