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    • The dual lock mode may have been enabled. To enable dual lock mode, you need to change the position of the dual lock switch to red.

      To disable it, position the switch so it is indicated as black or green.

      When the dual lock is enabled, you cannot unlock the door outside. In other words, the operation of the lock is disabled. 

    • Position the dual lock switch to red to enable dual lock mode.

      To disable it, position the switch so it is indicated in black or green.

      When the dual lock is enabled, you cannot unlock the door outside. In other words, the operation of the lock is disabled. 

    • When it is enabled and the keypad is pressed, it beeps 3 or 5 times or the lamp blinks.

        

    • 1) Auto Lock Mode

      Make sure that the keypad is off with the door open. Enter the “code” and press 5 to set it to Auto Lock mode (indicated with a beep).

       

      2) Manual Lock Mode

      Make sure that the keypad is off with the door open. Enter the “code” and press 6 to set it to Manual Lock mode (indicated with a beep) 

    • Position the dual lock switch so it is indicated in red.

      To disable it, position the switch so it is indicated in black or green.

      When the dual lock is enabled, you cannot unlock the door outside. In other words, the operation of the lock is disabled. 

    • The door is open:

      Check whether the batteries are inserted in the correct direction (+,-). Make sure to only use 1.5V alkaline batteries. (New batteries must all be the same brand.) 

    • The door is open:

      Check the battery type and make sure to use 1.5V alkaline batteries ("AA"LR6) only. 

    • If the keypad does not light up or turns off while entering the code, you cannot unlock the door due to low battery. In this case, you need to use 9V emergency batteries to supply power to operate the lock. 9V emergency batteries are available to buy in any good electrical store. The rectangular shaped top has a small hexagon (-) and cylinder (+).

       

      1) With Slide Cover

      Raise the cover completely to see the DC 9V terminal for emergency power in silver color. Make contact between the 9V emergency battery and the terminal, regardless of polarity, until the door lock operates.

      Step 1. Wait until the keypad turns off.

      Step 2. Press * to turn the light on.

      Step 3. Enter the code and press * to unlock the door. Please replace all 4 or 8 AA alkaline batteries (1.5V) with new ones. (All the new batteries must be the same brand.)

       

      2) Without Cover

      The 9V emergency battery contact point is located at either the upper or lower part (or bottom) of the keypad in the form of a DC 9V terminal in silver. Make contact between the 9V emergency battery and the terminal, regardless of polarity, until the door lock operates.

      Step 1. Wait until the keypad turns off.

      Step 2. Press * to turn the light on.

      Step 3. Enter the code and press * to unlock the door. Please replace all 4 or 8 AA alkaline batteries (1.5V) with new ones. (All the new batteries must be the same brand.)

       

       

    • 1) Battery Life

      The low-battery alarm sound and battery indicator (by blinking in red or orange) will warn you when your batteries run low. At this point, you should replace all 4 or 8 AA alkaline batteries (1.5V) with new ones. (All the new batteries must be the same brand.) 

       

      2) Instructions

      Push the battery cover towards the direction indicated on the case while pressing down the arrow symbol to remove the cover. Replace all 4 or 8 AA alkaline batteries (1.5V) with new ones. (All the new batteries must be the same brand.)  

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