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Master lock What is the difference between the 7-3/8" (19 Cm) Wide Keyed Locks to the 6-1/2" (17cm) Wide Combination Lock?

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The difference is 3/4 of a inch in lengh and 2 cm thicker. I would go with the 7-3/8, it bigger in lengh and thickness.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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I just purchased a Bell Watchdog 100 bicycle lock with a 4 digit numerical combination. The locks instructions do not include the original preset combination. Does anyone happen to know what it is?


If it's not in the instructions, then it was probably printed on a little label on the outside of the packaging. Nobody out here can have any idea what your combination may be - it's one out of as many as ten thousand different combinations.

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I found 2 Kryptonite combination cable locks out of a storage box and do not remember there combination! Both are open! Is there a way for me to reset combination while there open? Thanks Denys


Probably not. But a simple solution for this is to turn the numbers and listen for a click when the tumbler locks into place. You' should be able to get the combination from both locks by doing this.

Aug 07, 2011 | Kryptonite Kryptoflex 1218 Combo Cable...

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I forgot my lock number on the Master lock


Take the time to figure out the combination or cut the lock off and buy one either with a key or write the combination down and leave it somewhere in a filing cabinet where you won't lose it again.

Jan 05, 2011 | Master Lock Bicycle Lock

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How to change locks?


Just replaced the locks on an Atlantis 200 which should be the same.
Pop off the 3 rubber caps around the lock and drill out the rivets.
Inside the box pull the plastic unit away from you (bending the aluminium strip slightly but this is fine) gaining access to 2 screws. Unscrew these (I used a small ratchet with a pozi bit rather than a screwdriver) and remove the plastic unit.
You'll have to take out the lock cartridge next. Theres various wedges in the plastic which you should try to hold open then a flat screwdriver near the cog should lever the whole thing out.
To get the barrel lock out of it's cartridge you'll have to push the tumblers in from the back with a very small screwdriver and gradually work it out. (the one I did had a snapped key so I'm assuming this part is easier if you are just changing locks for keyed alike purposes)
Fitting the new lock in to it's cartridge should be easy enough. When you reinsert the cartridge in to the housing make sure that the sliding bolt (that your key turns) is fully in the open position, otherwse your key won't do a thing.
Screw the housing back on and re-rivet the points you drilled.

Dan (Rothwell Trailers)

Jan 28, 2010 | Thule Atlantis 1200

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Marine forgot lock combo


Here is the only way to get those numbers

http://www.masterlock.com/faq/lostcombo.shtml

Unfortunately it will take time due to security issues. Read all about it in that link.

ps. thank you for what you are doing for all of us in America. Freedom is not free. And we are the home of the free BECAUSE of the brave. Thank you.

Dec 29, 2009 | Master Lock Bicycle Lock

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I lost the instructions and don't know how to unlock using "original code" and how to create a new code


try all zeros Kryptonite locks come preset to zeros once unlocked there is a small lever inside were it locks together pull it down and set your new combo then push it back up

Oct 17, 2009 | Kryptonite Kryptoflex 1218 Combo Cable...

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I dont know how to open the lock its brand new????? They failed to give me instructions when they attached to the bike


My new lock didn't come with any instuctions. I followed the link above and located the "bike locks" heading. I found that the question:

- I have a Kryptonite resettable combination lock and can't find the instructions for resetting it. How can I change the combination?

contained a pdf titled :

- Resettable Combination Cable
(red reset buttons inside)

which is not the cryptoflex 1218 but is compatible anyway.

dont hurt your fingers trying to depress the nodules as the diagram says though. to my chagrin i discovered that they will turn easily if you just push them around into place.

here are the instructions:

To set your own combination
Your new lock is preset to open at 0-0-0-5 at the factory.
1. Open the lock by aligning the opening combination
number to the Guide Points and pull out the Lock
Post. (Figure 1)
2. Push down the two Reset Buttons simultaneously
with thumb and forefinger, and turn counterclockwise
until it comes to a stop. (Figure 2)
3.You are now ready to turn the dials to set your
secret combination, such as a phone number, birthday,
etc.
4. After setting your secret combination, turn the
two Reset Buttons again by Thumb and Forefinger
clockwise until it comes to a stop and back to its
original position.
5. Verify your new combination before using your
lock. Insert the Lock Post all the way into the Locking
Port but do not turn the dials. Pull out the Lock Post.
Your lock is ready to use.
6.The reset operation is now complete. Repeat
steps 1-5 anytime you wish to change your secret
combination.

Oct 11, 2009 | Kryptonite Kryptoflex 1218 Combo Cable...

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We threw out the info that came with our new trek combination lock. now we have no idea how to open it or to reset it.


Try this....
My new lock didn't come with any instuctions. I followed the link above and located the "bike locks" heading. I found that the question:

- I have a Kryptonite resettable combination lock and can't find the instructions for resetting it. How can I change the combination?

contained a pdf titled :

- Resettable Combination Cable
(red reset buttons inside)

which is not the cryptoflex 1218 but is compatible anyway.

dont hurt your fingers trying to depress the nodules as the diagram says though. to my chagrin i discovered that they will turn easily if you just push them around into place.

here are the instructions:

To set your own combination
Your new lock is preset to open at 0-0-0-5 at the factory.
1. Open the lock by aligning the opening combination
number to the Guide Points and pull out the Lock
Post. (Figure 1)
2. Push down the two Reset Buttons simultaneously
with thumb and forefinger, and turn counterclockwise
until it comes to a stop. (Figure 2)
3.You are now ready to turn the dials to set your
secret combination, such as a phone number, birthday,
etc.
4. After setting your secret combination, turn the
two Reset Buttons again by Thumb and Forefinger
clockwise until it comes to a stop and back to its
original position.
5. Verify your new combination before using your
lock. Insert the Lock Post all the way into the Locking
Port but do not turn the dials. Pull out the Lock Post.
Your lock is ready to use.
6.The reset operation is now complete. Repeat
steps 1-5 anytime you wish to change your secret
combination.

Sep 16, 2009 | Kryptonite Kryptoflex 1218 Combo Cable...

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How to change combination


Hello Beryl. You can call a local locksmith or work with master lock at this link http://www.masterlock.com/faq/lostcombo.shtml

Joe

Jul 13, 2009 | Master Lock Bicycle Lock

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