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The BC560XLT is a basic 16-channel scanner that covers 29-54, 136-174, and 406-512 MHz. For information on the users of these bands, and complete information on using this scanner, you can download and print the operating manual here:
You didn't provide a model number, so this response is a little generic and applies mainly to late model Bearcats. To release an individual programmed channel from lockout, stop the scanner on that channel (select and press MANUAL) then press the Lockout (L/O) key. Any unprogrammed channel, displaying 000.0000, will show as locked out. Programming a frequency into it automatically releases the lockout. If all channels are showing as locked out you may need to reset the scanner. The reset procedure varies my model, so I'll need the model number to describe the steps.