After receiving feedback from the author of this post I decided to spend some significant time playing around with these scans to see how I might make this work. For some unknown reason the idea I proposed in the first answer does not work. It works for Stock Hacker scans, which I have done in the past. But for whatever reason it does not work for Option Hacker scans.
The screenshot below shows the Stock Hacker scan on the left and the Option Hacker scan on the right. You can see data for only one ticker symbol is returned for each. As it turns out, the Option Hacker scan has filters specifically for the underlying stock. So if you have certain filter criteria you typically apply in Stock Hacker, those same criteria can be easily applied in Option Hacker.
Screenshot below shows the results. This is a very simplistic example. But it does show how the setup for the filters is exactly the same on both (I've added drawings to indicate the various fields I used).
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