I have a huawei product handset of model-HBC85S.s/n-HGY720231355.(4 battery)
It is coded with a visafone network,how can i remove the code so that i can be able to use another network like mtn-glo etc..with it.the subject written above is for the battery.then for the handset itself theESN is 0964BBBD and the s/n is CE6NBC1721501837.this is huawei C2205.fcc id isQISC2205.please any of the prescribed information might be of help in the solution.please i am waiting now.thanks for you anticipation.
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Enter your code on the keypad located on the front of the safe. Some electronic digital safes require you to input a special character like "#" before and after your code. The safe should either beep, have a LED turn green, or display "OPEN" if you have correctly entered the code.
Turn the handle to the right within five seconds of correctly entering the code. If you wait too long, the safe will lock and you will have to enter your code ag
Open the safe with a key. Use your emergency key that came with the safe to open it if you forgot the code or if the batteries have died. Remove the key cover from either the handle or the control panel to reveal the lock.
Enter your code to open the safe.
Place the electronic digital safe into code reset mode. On some models you need to hold the last digit of the code or press the "*" button to get into code reset mode. Other safes require you to open them and press a small red button on the inside of the door.
Enter your new code on the keypad and press "#" to finish. Some safes may require you to press "*" or a letter to finish the code. If the safe requires it, enter the new code again to confirm that you entered it correctly.
Use your code to open the electronic digital safe's door.
Locate and remove the battery cover on the inside of the door.
Replace the used batteries with new ones. For most safes, this will require two or four AA batteries.
Test the batteries. Use your code while the door is open to test the batteries before closing the safe.
steps below are to change your access code to a new code. This will
also remove any previous codes stored in the Powerbolt's memory.
put the bolt in the extended (lock) position. Press the PROGRAM button
once, enter your new 4 - 8 digit code and then press the LOCK button.
Press the PROGRAM button twice, enter the same new code and then press the LOCK button once.
Press the PROGRAM button three times, enter the same new code and then press LOCK once.
your old code still remains in the unit, you will need to perform a
hard reset of the unit. To perform a hard reset of the unit, remove all
four batteries and leave them out for 1 hour. After the hour has
passed, you may re-enter the batteries.
You might have to reset the lock and do a complete reprograming of your master security code and any other code(s) you want to use.
While normally, the master code and other programmed codes shouldn't have to be reset, it's possible that the reset button was inadvertantly pushed, so you'll have to reset the lockset
I would remove the batteries and clean off the lock's battery terminals with some rubbing alcohol to get them clean, just in case there is a film on them. Then reinsert the new, fresh batteries and reset the lock.
Program in your master code, you can use the same one as before if you wish, and then program in another one, again, if you wish.
Here's a copy of the user manual so you can verify that the reset and programming steps to enter your are done properly and that the lock is set up correctly.
It sounds like the lock master reset might have been inadvertantly pushed when the coverplate was removed at some point. I would suggest you remove the batteries, reinstall them and reset the lockset and enter in new pass codes (you can use the same ones as before, if you wish).
I've attached the owner's manual, just in case you've misplaced yours, so you can reprogram the lockset and have the instructions for future use and reference.
First find out if you are dealing with a D2700 or the newer enhanced version. Press any 2 buttons and *,if you get a green LED and 6 beeps it is the new version. Old version remove battery and press any button. New version remove battery, press any number for 10 seconds,release, reconnect battery, press and hold the A button within 3 seconds, 6 beeps, release A button. the lock is at default and ready to program. To program new version 12345 A1A new combo A new combo this will set a new master code, if you are only using 1 code to open the lock this should suffice.
6. Resetting the code: - please follow these instructions to reset the code on your Powerbolt1000 unit:
Remove the inner cover plate from the lock.
Locate the small round program button near the left side of the circuit board (Red or Black).
To program, the latch should be extended out in the lock position, press the reset button once, then enter your 4-8 digit code on the exterior keypad, then immediately press the middle lock button on the exterior keypad. You will hear a beep. Re-enter the same 4-8 digit code to confirm, the latch should retract. This completes the programming. This signals that your code has been accepted.
To enter a second code, follow the same procedures as in step 3, but this time press the reset button twice then enter your code.
7. Replacing the batteries: - please follow these instructions to replace the batteries on your Powerbolt1000 unit:
Remove inner cover plate located above the thumb turn on the inside of the door
Replace all 4 batteries with quality alkaline AA batteries. (Do not use rechargeable batteries.)
Ensure that the batteries are correctly oriented or unit will not function properly.
8. Changing the password code: - please follow these instructions:
Manually put the bolt in extended (lock) position. Press PROGRAM button once, enter new 4 - 8 digit code and then press LOCK.
Press PROGRAM button twice, enter the same new code and then press LOCK once.
Press PROGRAM button three times, enter the same new code and then press LOCK once.
These stept will program only the new code you enter for your unit.
9. Why is my Powerbolt1000 unit beeping? - To determine why your lock is beeping, please follow these steps:
Take out batteries and unplug powerstrip.
Let is sit for 1 minute then put the batteries back in and wait another minute.
If it does not beep, the keypad needs to be replaced (17733-1).
If the unit beeps, the powerboard needs to be replaced (A17734-4,3 Powerboard 1460 brass finish; A17734-4,26D Powerboard 1460 satin chrome finish; A17734-4,5 Powerboard 1460 antique brass finish; A17734-4,11P Powerboard 1460 bronze finish).